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Tuesday’s Headlines

Roundup of new bike and climate laws; Speed cameras coming to some cities; Missy Cummings' warnings on robocars are not being heard; More

8:46 AM PDT on October 17, 2023

High-speed rail train rendering – via CAHSRA

  • A roundup of new bike and climate laws (LA Times)
  • More on the speed camera bill (Sacramento Bee, SF Chronicle, New York Times)
  • Report: Economic and environmental benefits of high-speed rail (Planetizen)
  • Bus drivers still on strike in Santa Clarita (Daily News)
  • San Diego area launches its first electric rapid bus route (10 News)
  • Fifty years of the San Bernardino County Transportation Authority (Daily Bulletin)
  • Missy Cummings' research on robocars: they're dangerous. But she's a woman, so she gets dismissed (Autoblog)
  • Waymo wants its robocars to "talk" to pedestrians (The Verge)
  • Bikelash: Conservatives in Europe use transportation modes to fight a culture war (Politico)
  • A wrist-worn device measuring heart rate is being used to identify dangerous areas for bike riders (Global Cycling Network)
  • With end of COVID aid, CA poverty rates are rising (Sacramento Bee)

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