2021 – Assembly Bill 859 (Irwin, Jacqui), Mobility devices: Personal Information (Dead)
Alternative Mobility, Transportation Planning, Land Use, and Housing
Office of Legislative Affairs
Would authorize a public agency that issues a permit to an operator for mobility services, such as a transportation network company like Uber or Lyft, to require an operator to share data as specified and periodically submit to the public agency anonymized trip data, which would have interfered with CARB’s Clean Miles Standard regulation. Held on suspense in the Assembly Committee on Appropriations.