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LA resolved to end traffic deaths, but instead they have doubled - and CA roads are only getting worse for pedestrians; LA Councilmember calls for pause on Dodger gondola; CA is saving cow poop for the climate; More

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  • LA resolved to end traffic deaths, but instead they have almost doubled (LA Times)
  • CA roads are the worst for pedestrian fatalities, and it's getting worse (ABC7)
  • $53 million grant will replace San Dieguito rail bridge along LOSSAN corridor (Times of San Diego)
  • Report on Cruise robotaxi crash cites leadership failures, errors in judgement, and an "us vs. them" attitude towards regulators (Spectrum)
  • LA city councilmember calls for pause on Dodger stadium gondola project, asking for traffic assessments (KTLA 5)
  • More on Bay Area transit agencies' plans for universal signage (SF Gate)
  • Cow poop is a big part of CA's climate fighting plans (UC Davis)

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