Month: April 2021

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California Schools and the Pandemic: Are Schools Liable for Student Delays?

The pandemic has been rough on the entire nation, but students have been hit particularly hard. An entire generation of students has faced a serious disruption to their education. While some have had to make the difficult decision of whether to attend school in person or learn remotely, others didn’t have a choice. These children …

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Freedom to Walk Act: Will It Actually Keep Pedestrians Safer?

There’s no doubt that California’s roads have become increasingly dangerous over the past few decades. Roads are more crowded, deadly crashes have recently spiked, and there have been a number of high-profile pedestrian and cyclist deaths throughout the state in just the past few months.  California lawmakers have noticed this, and they’re taking action. Many …

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New Study Identifies Most Dangerous San Mateo Roads For Cyclists

Following up last year’s analysis of the most dangerous bike routes in the Bay Area, a new study has just been released. It determined the most dangerous roads for cyclists in San Mateo County. With the past year’s significant increase of people riding bikes for fun and exercise, there has also been increased focus on …

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Car-Free JFK: The Push to Make San Francisco Safer for Pedestrians

The past year has led to many changes around the country. From restaurants switching over to contactless delivery to much of the workforce working from home, many things we used to take for granted now look entirely different. While getting to return to normal will be a huge relief for many, some people are fighting …

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