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To twenty nineteen researchers at USC is say the numbers are actually the lowest they've been for the last seven years crashes were also deadly with eighteen deaths but bike safety activists say that number remains far too high an LA city council committee is moving forward with the plan to repair the city's transportation network for the buses bikes the foot travel transportation committee as a pro the so called green new deal motion that was created to help decrease greenhouse gas emissions councilman Mike Bonin says there are some problems that need to be addressed tosses are are still too slow largely because of traffic and a and a lack of dedicated bus lanes are sidewalks are still in the house and it's this sort of dynamic we have in Los Angeles that the things we most want people to do we make difficult for them to do this all goes to the full city council Los Angeles will not immediately be affected by an appeals court ruling that allows the trump administration to withhold public safety grants from so called sanctuary cities rolling out of New York does not apply to well a sister city attorney Mike fewer who points out the city won an injunction and its fight to prevent the administration from forcing local police to cooperate with federal immigration enforcement in order to get the grant money but fewer ads the second US circuit court of appeals ruling is in conflict with decisions from three other circuit courts and may lead to a battle in the Supreme Court if the issues on which we won go to the Supreme Court one way or the other our voice is going to be heard in the Supreme Court I have extremely strong views that LAPD's policy of not read not asking about immigration status when the interact with members of the public help keep us safer the federal grant pro I'm in question.