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8:28 AM PDT on April 10, 2020

    • Cell phone data reveals whether Californians are staying home (Sacramento Bee)
    • Reduced traffic, pollution has cycling advocates taking notice (Spectrum News)
    • How to protect bus drivers? (Press Enterprise)
    • The coronavirus is exacerbating inequality (The Guardian)
    • Transit has been battered by the pandemic (NY Times)
      • It blew a hole in BART's budget (KQED)
    • After this, government policy should aim at reducing air travel (The Guardian)
    • A second company gets a permit to test driverless delivery vehicles in California (Transport Topics)
    • Affordable housing was already expensive to build; now it could be even more so (LA Times)
    • San Diego uses its public library's 3D printers to make face shields (KPBS)
    • Developing tests for antibodies to find out how far the virus has actually spread (LA Times)

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