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Cities made safe for bikes are safer for everyone: How local leaders can shape infrastructure spending; Climate change is killing a lot of people; More

A train on the LOSSAN corridor in Orange County, from an Amtrak promotion.

  • Study: Bike-friendly cities are safer for everyone (Momentum Mag)
  • Climate change has killed more than four million people since 2000, and that's an underestimate (Grist)
  • California says fighting climate change is a priority - so why is I-15 getting more lanes? (LA Times)
  • During recent cold snap, Texas companies released more than 1 million pounds of excess pollution (Texas Tribune)
  • Guide: How local leaders can shape infrastructure spending (and there's a lot of it) (NRDC)
  • SF Muni is better than it's been in years, according to the SF Chronicle
  • OCTA and Metrolink plan to build a barrier wall to protect railroad tracks in San Clemente (KTLA)
  • Santa Barbara transit agency to recommission Goleta site as bus terminal (Noozhawk)
  • Paris voters approve plan to charge SUVs, large vehicles more for parking (Le Parisien)

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