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This Week In Livable Streets

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Open streets return as Beach Streets takes over miles of Long Beach streets this Saturday! Also plenty of meetings from Boyle Heights to South L.A. to the Metro board, plus bicycling and walking tours.

Today’s Headlines

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  • Free Parking Is No Longer At Metro NoHo And Universal Stations (KPCC)
  • Goldman Environmental Prize Honors EYCEJ Mark Lopez
  • Garcetti Pledges New Metro Committee For Rider Experience (LAT)
  • Garcetti To Up Vision Zero Budget, Advocates Push For More (LAT)
  • Development Fee For Affordable Housing On the Way (KPCC)
  • Burbank Planning 2-Way Protected Bike Lanes On Leland Way (LAT)
  • 18 Simple Ways To Live Green In L.A. (Curbed)
  • Proposed Working Group For Tujunga, Pacoima Washes Revitalization (Urbanize)
  • Drivers Licenses Give Security To CA Immigrants (LAT)
  • State Gas Tax Bill Could Lead To More Smog (SGV Tribune)

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Today’s Headlines

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  • Garcetti State Of the City: Vision Zero, Homelessness (LAT)
    …Watch Full Garcetti Speech (KPCC)
  • LAT Re-Endorses Joe Bray Ali For CD1 Councilmember
  • L.A. Magazine Rides Entire Metro Rail System In A Day
  • Bike Theft Needs To Be Taken Seriously (LAT)
  • Metro Testing Wearable Wristband TAP Cards For Disabled (LAist)
  • Will Arts District Get A Station? (Downtown News)
  • Construction Begins On Model Homeless Housing In K-town (KPCC, Urbanize)
  • L.A. Moves To Preserve Affordable Housing (Curbed)
  • Office Development Planned Near Culver City Metro Station (Urbanize)
  • Trump Can’t California Bullet Train Fueled By Bond Sales (Bloomberg)

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Metro is moving to finalize alignment plans for two Eastside Gold Line extensions

Metro Eastside Gold Line Alignments Finalized Before Environmental Studies

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Yesterday, Metro’s Planning and Programming Committee approved final project definitions for a future Eastside Gold Line extension. If approved by the full board next week, the project moves forward into procuring a consultant to do environmental clearance studies. The Eastside Gold Line extensions are funded in the Measure M expenditure plan with two phases: $534 million […]
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