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Friday’s Headlines

We could fix the pedestrian safety crisis if we really wanted to; More state funds for road projects; More

  • We could fix the pedestrian safety crisis, IF we wanted to (MSNBC)
  • San Francisco granted $8M to fix pedestrian safety in the Tenderloin (SF Chronicle)
  • Regulators can't stop the super dangerous cyber truck (Slate)
  • The differences between CA's two high-speed rail projects: Brightline West and CAHSR (KTLA)
  • Leaders warn of risks to Southern California rail from coastal erosion, sea level rise (Planetizen)
  • CTC allocates $50M for a bridge on controversial Hwy 37 project (Press Democrat)
    • …and $12.5M for projects in Alameda County (Patch)
  • Tesla recall is a compromise after NHTSA investigation showed its "autopilot" is easily misused (AP)
  • Chevron tries to throw its weight around, complains of California politics, and Fortune Magazine gives it a platform

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