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A glossary of road safety terms; Contra Costa looks to invest millions in a personal rapid transit system - no, not bike lanes; Rancho Cucamonga again bans pedestrians on Christmas Tree Lane "for safety"; More

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  • A glossary of road safety and transportation infrastructure terms (Oaklandside)
  • Contra Costa looking to invest millions in a micro-transit system with AV "pods" using a "closed guideway" that sure looks like bike lanes (ABC7, Contra Costa Herald)
  • CA Coastal Commission stalls safety upgrades on deadly road (KPBS)
  • Bay Area ferry operators to receive millions in federal grants to retrofit ferries (SF Gate, SF Chronicle, CBS)
  • What is Caltrans really considering for the Yolo Causeway? (Planetizen)
  • Opponents protest Dodger Stadium gondola plan (KTLA)
  • For safety, Rancho Cucamonga will allow only people in cars on a street where residents put up elaborate holiday decorations (Daily Bulletin)
  • Bus rapid transit works well in Jakarta, one of the most heavily congested cities in the world (The Guardian)

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