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San Diego to install police surveillance cameras, license plate readers citywide; SLO gets electric buses; LA plans a "superblock" pilot; More

8:59 AM PDT on August 2, 2023

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  • San Diego to install "smart streetlights" citywide, with police surveillance cameras and license plate readers (San Diego Union Tribune)
  • San Luis Obispo prepares to launch electric buses (KSBY)
  • Increasing risk of Valley fever in California (LA Times)
  • CA company pleads guilty to selling kits to defeat emission controls (Sacramento Bee)
  • CA could pay people to build ADUs (Business Insider)
  • Feds need transit data; Transit operators scrambling to gather it (Route Fifty)
  • Data on speed limits is hard to find (Route Fifty)
  • How communities can protect themselves from ever-larger vehicles (The Conversation)
  • LA plans a "superblock" pilot, following Barcelona model (Arch Daily)
  • New York lawmakers propose speed limiters on the vehicles of repeat offenders (GovTech)
  • July's heat was no joke (Slate)

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