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Along for the Ride - Issue #70

Hi Friends! Happy Friday. Another week come and gone, and I'm still not fully convinced April ever h
Along for the Ride - Issue #70
By Sarah Barnes • Issue #70 • View online
Hi Friends!
Happy Friday. Another week come and gone, and I’m still not fully convinced April ever happened or that it’s truly the middle of May. But thankfully, the news is here and it is signed, sealed and dated and yup, it’s May.
This week’s compilation see many cities starting to put in additional infrastructure for walking and cycling ahead of lockdowns being relaxed. Meanwhile, many companies are marching right along and making some pretty big moves. All over the world automotive factories have started to open too.
So I’m dubbing the theme of this newsletter: the very teeny tiny light at the end of the tunnel*.
* that we shouldn’t take for granted by omitting our social responsibilities of physical distancing.
Onto the news!

Read of the Week
Where is my driverless car?
Government and Policy
Seattle's bold plan to reimagine local traffic.
The pandemic will permanently change the auto industry.
Post Office Stan
Urbanist twitter hated Elon Musk before it was cool 😎
Research and Academia
This was supposed to be the year driverless cars went mainstream.
Jobs (Yes, Jobs!)
That’s all from me folks. Have a beautiful weekend.
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