Today’s Headlines

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  • Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia Voted Onto Metro Board (LongBeachIze)
  • Metro Rail Is Expanding, Though Overall Transit Ridership Is Down (L.A. Weekly)
  • Some Residents Say Pacoima Street Makeover Did Not Go Far Enough (SFV Sun)
  • Garcetti On Trump And Urban Politics (Governing)
  • Pasadena Considers Adopting Vision Zero (Pasadena Weekly)
  • Proposed DTLA Spring Street “Lizard” Hotel Adds Parking (Urbanize)
  • Bicyclist Injured In Crash With Sheriff Patrol Car In Palmdale (ABC7)
  • Culver City Considering Protected Bike Lanes – Workshop Saturday
  • Multicultural Communities For Mobility¬†Seeks¬†Bike-Share Focus Group Volunteers

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Today’s Headlines

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  • Beverly Hills Finally Loses Their Stupid Subway Fight (L.A. Magazine)
  • Investing in Place On Metro Measure M Draft Spending Guidelines
  • Carnage: Fletcher Drive Hit-and-Run Pedestrian Victim Ryan Coreas Dies (NBC4)
  • City Soliciting Proposals For DTLA Angels Knoll TOD Site (Urbanize)
  • Measure S Opponents Scale Back Ballot Language Claims After Lawsuit (LAT)
  • Santa Monica To Host MANGo Safer Streets Workshop Monday (Santa Monica Spoke)
  • No Pants Subway Ride Streaks Out Of Union Station This Sunday (LAist)
  • Let’s Go L.A. Explores Communications-Based Train Control
  • Do Busy Roads Cause Dementia? (Price Tags)
  • Streetsie Awards Voting Ends Today At Noon

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Today’s Headlines

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  • LA News Group Agrees, Big Transpo Stories of 2016 : New Rail, Measure M
  • But It Was Also a Big Year for Bike Share (Argo)
  • Is the Drought Over? Not Yet. But We Like the Trend (LAT)
  • Bike/Ped Fatalities Up in Long Beach, Nationwide (LB Post)
  • Don’t Call L.A. Housing Growth A “Boom” (Abundant Housing)
  • Hawthorne Plans Bike/Ped “Safety Sting” Today (Daily Breeze)
  • LA Playground Law Aimed at Adults w/o Kids Not the Right Fix (Daily News)
  • We May Not Always Like Everything Metro Does, But At Least They Don’t Passive-Aggressively Block People on Twitter (NY Post)

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