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    • Skateboards are essential transport (Patch)
    • California sues Uber and Lyft: A.B. 5 does apply, says state (LA Times, NY Times)
    • CARB updates rules on transitioning trucks to zero-emission (Transport Topics)
    • "A mistake": Despite risk, counties move towards reopening businesses:
    • Not everyone is on board (Route Fifty)
    • Health officials: Lifting stay-at-home orders too soon would be deadly (LA Times)
    • What does Sacramento's stay-at-home order mean, exactly? (Capitol Public Radio)
    • Order for ICE to release detainees to protect them from COVID is overruled (LA Times)
    • It seems logical but no: Density is not the problem, and planners need to get that message across (California Planning and Development Report)
    • Cities take advantage of low traffic to work on streets (The Atlantic)
    • In New York, cops enforce social distancing according to skin color (Guardian)

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