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Maybe Culver City's deal to end production could be a model for other cities; Walking is dangerous because cars; Tesla drivers have the highest crash rates; More

Electric school bus. Image from Thomas Built Buses, one of the suppliers of electric school buses in California

  • Maybe Culver City's landmark deal to end oil production could be a model for others (LA Times)
  • Rural school districts say electric buses won't work for them (GM Today)
  • Some city bus drivers aren't all that impressed with new bus technology (GovTech)
  • Golden Gate Bridge tolls will likely increase (Mercury News)
  • Walking is dangerous because cars (The Cool Down)
  • Participating in local affairs? You might have to wait five or more hours to give that public comment (LA Public Press)
  • Cruise is laying off a quarter of its workforce (TechCrunch)
  • Nobody's leaving the house anymore (Angie Schmitt)
  • Study: Tesla drivers have the highest crash rates; Ram owners are bad drivers (Lending Tree)

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