Today’s Headlines

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  • LACBC Writes Garcetti Urging Veto of Ordinance Banning Repair of Bikes on City Streets (JonPeltz/Twitter)
  • Details on Proposed “Gas (sic) Tax Relief” Plan (LATThe Hill)
  • CalMatters Breaks Down the Budget Bill
  • Culver City Council Votes to End Parking Minimums, Explore Parking Maximums (Bike Culver City/Twitter)
  • Pasadena Transit Adjusts to Driver Shortage, Changes in Travel Patterns (Pasadena Now)
  • Downtown Developer Found Guilty in Huizar Bribery Case (LAT)
  • Conservatives Notice Conflict Between Biden on Gas Prices and Biden on Climate Change (City Journal)
  • It’s Getting Easier to Get COVID (LAT)

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Today’s Headlines

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  • What Money Will You Get Back from the State With Budget Deal? (LAT)
  • Metro’s Service Changes Went Into Effect Yesterday, What Changed? (The Source)
  • CARB’s Climate Scoping Plan Won’t Help (EDF)
  • Yet It Is Still Attacked “from all sides” – Including Those Who Want To Do Much Less (AP)
  • COVID Hospitalizations Ticking Up in LA County, Other Indicators Flat (Daily News)
  • Biden Administration Meets with Big Oil to Increase Production/Considers Lifting Smog Restrictions (Reuters)
  • It’s Really Hot (Daily News)
  • Urbanize Weekly Headline Roundup : Koretz Gas Station Ban, Culver City Car Free Main Street

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Today’s Headlines

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  • Damian Kevitt on How Crash That Lost His Leg Made Him Safety Advocate (Yahoo via Bicycling)
  • More Bike Lanes, Sharrows Coming to Beverly Hills (BH Press)
  • Air Resources Board Holds Hearing on CA Climate Plan (Federal News Network)
  • UN Chief Warns That Climate Change Impacting World Food Supply (Daily News)
  • Closed-door CA Budget Negotiations Focus on Energy (CalMatters)
  • Experts Warn That We Should Get Used to Seeing Guns in Public Spaces (Daily News)
  • Water Restrictions Making an Impact in SoCal (LAT)
  • Veo Mini Sit Down Scooter Share Coming to the Westside (Dot.LA)
  • UCLA Narrows Bike Lane When Rebuilding Hall (Bike Academy)
  • CA Dem’s Who Understand Basic Economics and Science in Political Bind Over Biden’s Gas Tax Holiday (Sacramento Bee)
  • Black Cyclists Are 4x More Likely to Be Killed by Drivers and Black Pedestrians Are 2x’s As Likely Than Whites (The Grio, Streetsblog USA)

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These U.S. Communities Are Making Safety Progress After Jaywalking Reform

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The Black Lives Matter protests and the pandemic have dramatically shifted the terrain around policing. As a result, the last two years have brought about the first serious rethinking of jaywalking laws in a century, challenging a practically universal American rule that dates back to some of the earliest auto industry lobbying campaigns. Here's what happened next.

Today’s Headlines

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  • County Officials Unveil Plan to Return Bruce’s Beach to Original Black Heirs (LAT)
  • Groundbreaking held for new Metro joint development at 1st & Soto in Boyle Heights (The Source)
  • Some Griffith Park Roads Closing to Cars (Eastsider)
  • More on Council’s Motion to Ban Bike Repair/Storage/Sale on Sidewalks (LA Taco)
  • Who Pays for Research on Carbon Capture? (LAT)
  • Metro Says Public Prefers Rail Tunnel Through Sepulveda Pass (Mass Transit)
  • Dems Likely to Sink Biden’s Gas Tax Holiday (Politico)
  • More Fake News on Biden’s Bike Spill. (Associated Press)

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