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City Councilman David Ryu calls for no human-operated vehicles in LA by 2035

It's realistic, he says Los Angeles is already well on it’s way to a transit future only once envisioned in science fiction. There's on-demand ride hailing and bike-sharing, and the city's transportation department even has a new report out on using self-driving cars and buses to move residents around. When it was released earlier this month, the city's former chief technology officer told Curbed the report would serve as a guide for policymakers.
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