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Pedestrian deaths are high, and underreported; Video tour of future HSSR alignment; LA Metro riders probably think transit is safe, as opposed to ex-riders; More

Twisted Valley, Elche, Spain. Photo by Jesús Granada

  • Pedestrian deaths are shockingly high - and underreported (The Urbanist)
  • Video: Lucid Stew offers a tour of the future high-speed rail alignment, starting in Anaheim (YouTube)
  • LA Metro riders are more likely to see transit as safe than do people who haven't returned after the pandemic (Phys.org)
  • First look at potential vehicles for planned Watsonville-Santa Cruz passenger rail (Mass Transit)
  • San Jose to break ground on long-awaited light rail extension (Mercury News)
  • Bike hubs, bike parking, bike bridges: A gallery of beautiful bike architecture (Arch Daily)
  • LAist answers questions about California's road tax pilot program
  • UN Secretary-General calls for complete ban on fossil fuel advertising (Heated)
  • Speculation upon speculation as to why NY Governor Hochul suspended congestion pricing, or even if she can (Pedestrian Observations)
  • Who benefits from the remote work experiment? (The Atlantic)
  • City of Portland adds two electric cargo bikes to its city fleet, for official business (Bike Portland)

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