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How much time does driving - and paying for driving - take up? Second best safety fixes are better than none; High-speed rail station plans for Fresno; More

10 cities where driving consumes the most of your life: Screengrab from City Nerd

  • Video: How much time does driving, and paying for driving, take up? (a big chunk) (CityNerd)
  • Second-best safety fixes are still better than the status quo (Bloomberg)
  • CAHSRA reveal plans for Fresno high speed rail station, seek input (Fresnoland)
  • Protecting the coastal rail route (San Diego Union Tribune)
  • When "across the street" is a painful twelve-minute walk (The Cool Down)
  • US cities are not ready for wildfire smoke (Governing)
  • Gas stove pollution is worse in smaller homes (NY Times)
  • Maybe we should measure happiness rather than gross domestic product (Lloyd Alter)
  • Frequent hardship makes a society more resilient (NY Times)
  • Is the "taxpayer protection act" a constitutional amendment? CA Supreme Court to weigh in (Sacramento Bee)

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