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Buses are expensive; Robocars aren't really autonomous; Uber, Lyft must pay back drivers; Cities considering banning right turns on red; More

8:40 AM PST on November 6, 2023

Image: LA Metro

  • One reason buses cost so much: customizing (Eno)
  • Cruise's robocars have needed a lot of human intervention (NY Times)
  • Court rules Uber and Lyft have to pay back stolen wages (Boing Boing)
  • Cities are considering banning right turns at red lights (Mercury News, CT Insider)
  • Is it safe to walk in front of a self-driving vehicle? (SF Examiner)
  • Santa Barbara will seek public input on county bus services - in December (Santa Inez Valley News)
  • LA Mayor Bass orders residential hotels to be used for homeless housing (ProPublica)
  • Hoboken's climate success (NY Times)

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