The conditions for transit riders at these two sites in California say a lot about the status of bus riders in the U.S.
It doesn't make for exciting newsprint. But people like scooters and they aren't causing any big problems.
A life lost at a dangerous, badly designed intersection of two known high-injury corridors
The California legislative clock is ticking down to August 31.
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