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AVs launch in LA; San Diego County approves pedestrian safety plan; Has anything changed along PCH? More

  • Why did Sacramento remove red light cameras when they were reducing crashes? They stopped making money (CBS)
  • AVs launch in LA, and a reporter gets taken for a ride (LA Times)
  • San Diego County approves pedestrian safety plan for unincorporated areas (County News Center)
  • What's new - and what isn't changed - along Pacific Coast highway amid calls for change (Spectrum)
  • Giant interchange reconfiguration begins at San Pedro, LA ports (Daily News)
  • Santa Monica considers developers for affordable housing on city-owned parking lots (SaMo Next)
  • CARB staff accused of withholding information, ignoring suggestions to fix LCFS (Canary Media)
  • A giant piece of flotsam shows what happens when no one is responsible for infrastructure maintenance (LA Times)

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