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Today’s Headlines

8:34 AM PST on November 7, 2019

    • The benefits of walkable cities are vast (UVA Today)
    • NTSB releases report on fatal AV crash: Uber system couldn't recognize victim was a person (The Verge)
    • Uber's self-driving program never played by the rules, and it's putting us all at risk (Curbed)
    • NTSB calls for mandatory bike helmet laws despite staff recommendations not to; bike advocates object (Jalopnik, AM NewYork, Washington Post)
    • San Luis Obispo police to create cyclist checkpoints in the name of safety (KCBX)
    • Stop whining about LAX-it and give the bus a shot (LA Times)
    • CARB to set clean truck rules (Transport Topics)
    • Unable to regulate aircraft, Burbank Airport focuses emission reductions on ground-support vehicles (LA Times)
    • Mapping progress on California's air quality since 1990 (California Healthline)
    • CalEPA has an opportunity to jump start progress away from oil (NRDC)
    • Gas taxes are way too low (Transport & Environment)

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