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Wednesday’s Headlines

Newsom to unveil budget proposal today; What high-speed rail means to the Central Valley; Natural disasters broke financial records for loss last year: Why is the US the only country seeing rising pedestrian fatalities? More

High-speed rail train rendering – via CAHSRA

  • Governor Newsom to unveil budget proposal today (CalMatters)
  • What high-speed rail means for the Central Valley (CalMatters)
  • Natural disasters last year broke records for financial loss (Bloomberg)
  • Why are pedestrian fatalities rising in the U.S. but not in the rest of the world? (Northeastern Global News)
  • New law clears parking near intersections - will San Diego enforce it? (KPBS)
  • Long Beach receives $326K grant for programs to encourage biking and walking (Press-Telegram)
  • Sacramento Regional Transit board reverses vote, approves light rail station near affordable housing complex (Sacramento Bee)
  • California launches new website to track infrastructure investments (StateScoop)
  • Hundreds of acres in wine country is now state land (SF Chronicle)

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