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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 […]

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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 […]
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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.

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County Officials Unveil Plan to Return Bruce’s Beach to Original Black Heirs (LAT) Previous Streetsblog Coverage: Supervisor’s Vote in 2021, Advocates Organize in 2020 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 […]