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The future of package delivery is e-cargo bikes; China passes e-bike battery safety bill; Chinese EVs are better, smaller than what a US customer can buy; More

  • In Sacramento, drivers have decided that a nice bike trail is for them to use (ABC10)
  • These fatal and near-fatal crashes are entirely preventable (Berkeleyside)
  • If this small, well-built Chinese EV is a threat to US auto industry, the industry better adapt quickly (AP)
  • Feds investigate Amazon's driverless taxi program Zoox after 2 crashes (SF Examiner, SF Chronicle)
  • It's Bike Week, and LA-area bike riders can get free bus and train rides this week (KTLA)
  • The future of package delivery is e-cargo bikes (Curbed)
  • China passes an e-bike battery safety rule (Elecktrek)
  • SF Bay Ferry 2050 Service Vision sees a "golden age of ferries" on the horizon (Alameda Post)
  • San Bernardino County to get hydrogen-powered train (GovTech)
  • Amtrak's future in California (KQED)
  • Farmwork is hard enough; the commute can be deadly (CalMatters)
  • CA pilot program is testing how to charge drivers by the mile (LAist)
  • The battle for street space: New York is just the beginning (NY Times)

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