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LA Metro declares emergency over attacks on bus operators; Some deadly Bay Area streets to see safety fixes; Tax ride-hail to save transit? More

  • LA Metro declares emergency over attacks on bus operators (LA Times)
  • Santa Maria public transit poised for expansion (Santa Maria Times)
  • Deadly Bay Area streets to see some safety fixes (Mercury News)
  • Podcast: Why there's so much resistance to street safety redesigns (Governing)
  • A grassroots effort to save Muni by taxing ride-hail (SF Standard)
  • City of Glendale launches a climate mobility app (Glendale)
  • SF Bay Area's pollution is worse than LA's (SF Chronicle)
  • What makes urban Mexico's public spaces work so well (Mexico News Daily)
  • Republicans in Congress: Don't let California set stricter train emission standards (E&E News)
  • Stonestown development in SF to include 3500 homes (SF Chronicle)
  • A history of NIMBYism (Curbed)
  • The climate costs of America's freeways are not paid equally (Transportation for America)

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