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Wednesday’s Headlines

Bike-friendly bills; We're all roadkill; Does "walk score" really say much about an area? BART's crisis intervention specialists; More

Construction crews install overhead wire to electrify Caltrain rail line. Image: Caltrain

  • Bike-friendly bills at the midpoint (CalBike)
  • We're all roadkill (Slate)
  • A peek inside LA Metro's free "adopt-a bike" program (The Source)
  • Does an area's "walk score" really describe its walkability? (Fehr & Peers)
  • A morning with BART's Crisis Intervention Specialists (KQED)
  • LA Metro to test "tap-out" fare pay system to discourage fare evasion (LAist)
  • SF to get $3.4B from FTA for downtown rail hub (Smart Cities Dive)
  • Muni head Jeffrey Tumlin on the hot seat… for being anti-car (SF Standard)
  • Where legislators are at odds with Newsom on budget (Sacramento Bee)
  • Millions in US face extreme heat (The Guardian)

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