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8:45 AM PST on November 20, 2020

    • A curfew won't help (Curbed)
    • Why so many cities in Europe are lowering speed limits (CityLab)
    • California works to expand electric vehicle rebate program (SF Chronicle)
    • Court: Truck drivers not exempt from CA employee classification test (HDT, Bloomberg)
    • West San Fernando Valley to host "transportation tech innovation zone" - delivery robots in the Warner Center (Smart Cities Dive)
    • Redlands Passenger Rail gets award for converting engines from diesel to hydrogen (Redlands Community News)
    • LA launches design challenge for new models of affordable housing (ArchPaper)
    • Redlining's legacy is visible today (NPR)
    • Biden-Harris promises clean, equitable transportation (NRDC, Energy News)
    • US seeks input on regulating autonomous vehicles (Washington Post)
    • Consumer Reports says that FCC move to restructure radio spectrum will cause problems for autonomous vehicles

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