Today’s Headlines

  • Valley Police Cracking Down on Drunk Driving (Daily News)
  • AIA: Political Leadership Could Bolster Green Design (The Planning Report)
  • LADOT Puts Up-to-Date Bikeways Map Online (LADOT Bike Blog)
  • First Street Bridge Opened Yesterday (Eastsider, LAT)
  • Real Time Train Info Shows Highway Drivers What They’re Missing (The Source)
  • City Watch Uncritically Reprints Pro-Parking Privatization Piece from Minnesota
  • Work Underway on Green Street in Santa Monica (Daily Press)
  • Meet the Woman In Charge of Not Blowing Up the 405 (Curbed)
  • Alta’s Mia Birk Speaks in Long Beach (Long Beach Biz Journal)

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