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8:51 AM PDT on March 11, 2020

    • What happened after San Francisco banned cars from Market Street (CityLab)
    • Drivers are at fault for rising pedestrian, bicyclist deaths but they aren't being charged (NY Times)
    • Commuters in Southern California averaged 100 hours in their cars last year (Long Beach Post)
    • Uber to restart testing of self-driving cars in San Francisco this week (Curbed, SF Examiner)
    • High speed rail officials preview Burbank-to-Los Angeles route (Burbank Leader)
    • Utilities, environmental advocates push back on proposed CPUC framework for electrifying transportation--too slow, they say (Utility Dive)
    • Coronavirus:
      • How canceled events and self-quarantines save lives, in one chart (Vox)
      • What if transit runs out of money? (Human Transit, Vice)

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