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Friday’s Headlines

Some cities are reaching Vision Zero targets (not in CA); Walking is dangerous because drivers are; How is SF's Central Subway helping Chinatown? More

  • Walking is dangerous, because drivers are (Forbes)
    • But it doesn't have to be: Alexandria, VA, reaches zero traffic fatalities (City of Alexandria)
    • Hoboken, NJ has been safe for seven years (CBS)
  • Las Vegas to LA high-speed rail could be a model for the rest of the country (LA Times)
  • State of Washington argues the pros and cons of linking its cap-and-trade system with California's (Everett Post)
  • How's that central subway doing for SF Chinatown? (SF Chronicle)
  • Bus manufacturer ENC to close SoCal factory (OC Register)

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