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8:28 AM PST on February 6, 2020

    • Drivers, street design at fault in most San Francisco pedestrian deaths last year (SF Examiner)
    • Sustainable urban transport is a good investment (The City Fix)
    • Employers have the power to cut single-occupancy trips (Government Technology)
    • Please oh please stop text-driving (LA Times)
    • Uber--whose AV killed a woman in Arizona--has DMV permission to test AVs on CA roads (Sacramento Bee)
    • Pittsburg High, in CA, updates shop class to repair and build autonomous electric vehicles (East Bay Times)
    • Toyota and GM's opposition to CA emissions authority has created a rift (TT News)
    • San Diego is taking its time spending gas tax money it has received (inewssource)
    • Yale Climate Connections highlights CA cap-and-trade's investments in Fresno
    • Letting go of the single family home (NY Times)
    • CA oil industry is leaving toxic oil wells unplugged, dirty, and idle all over the state (LA Times)

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