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Bike lanes vs the carceral state; How cars became huge killers; GHSA releases 2022 pedestrian fatality date by state; Greyhound bus stations are falling victim to hedge funds; More

8:37 AM PST on December 19, 2023

  • Bike lanes vs. the carceral state (Convergence Magazine)
  • How cars became huge killers (Slate)
  • Report: 2022 Pedestrian traffic fatality data by state (GHSA)
  • What LA Metro has to do to succeed (LAP progressive)
  • Greyhound bus stations disappear as hedge funds buy them up (CNN)
  • SamTrans signs agreement to occupy offices at Millbrae station hub (SF Chronicle)
  • Santa Clara Valley Transit (VTA) buys downtown San Jose property near future high-speed rail (Mercury News)
  • Big oil and labor work together to block climate and environmental efforts in California (CalMatters)
  • Homelessness grows as evictions, cost of housing keeps rising (CalMatters)
  • Maybe Orange County should be as dense as San Francisco (California Planning & Development Report)
  • Report: The fifteen-minute neighborhood (SPUR)

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