Today’s Headlines

  • Fatal Uber crash raises red flags on safety of autonomous vehicles (CityLab)
  • Self-driving cars can’t see, don’t react quickly, are vulnerable to hacking (The Atlantic)
  • DMV will not delay plan to allow testing autonomous vehicles (Sacramento Bee)
  • Coronado really hates dockless bike-share (LA Times)
  • Montreal considers different traffic rules for bikes, cars (The Globe and Mail)
  • Instead of tightening requirements for Uber and Lyft, San Diego loosens them for taxis (San Diego Union Tribune)
  • Go Monrovia program will subsidize residents’ Lyft rides (ABC7)
  • Federal judge asks for “tutorial” on climate change, and oil companies will offer a “neutral assessment” (Sacramento Bee)
  • FEMA eliminates all mentions of climate change from its strategic plan (NPR)
  • Sierra Club defends its stance against SB 827 (California Development and Planning Report)
  • Another state bill would make it easier to approve housing (LA Times)
  • Parking crater at North Berkeley BART: There’s talk about housing there, but only talk (KQED)
  • State commissioners donate $, get appointments (LA Times)

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