Today’s Headlines

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  • Cyclists Protest Criminalization Of Bike Repair (Daily News)
  • Healthy Streets L.A. Initiative Qualifies For Ballot (@streetsforall Twitter)
    …Watch Promotional Video (@streetsforall Twitter)
  • Capital & Main Interviews L.A. City Councilmember Mike Bonin
  • Carnage: Windsor Hills Driver Had 13 Prior Crashes (LAT) Charged With Murder (LAT, Daily News)
    …Bellflower Driver Sentenced To Two Years For Crash That Killed Two People (LB Post)
    …Drivers Identified In Head-On Double-Fatal Crash In Palmdale (AV Times)
  • New Gehry-Designed River Entry Gate Planned For Canoga Park (Urbanize)
  • L.A. Gas Prices Falling Fast (LAT)

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  • Lopez: Deadly Tolls Of Speeding and Racing (LAT)
  • LA County Bike Coalition Gives Away Bikes (Daily News)
  • Pasadena Council To Vote Today On Road Violence Memorial Signs Program (Pasadena Now)
  • Long Beach Canceling Some Pandemic Parklets, Making Others Permanent (LB Post)
  • Tesla Made Misleading Claims About Auto-Pilot (Daily Breeze)
  • Carnage: Suspect Arrested In Windsor Hills Crash That Killed Six (Daily News, LAT)
    …Actor Heche Severely Injured Crashing Car Into Home (Daily Breeze, Biking in L.A., LAT)
    …La Habra Hit-and-Run Driver Severely Injures Cyclist (Whittier Daily News)
  • L.A. County Gas Price Drops For 53rd Straight Day (Reddit)
  • It’s Too Darn Hot (Daily Breeze)
    …Dems Pass Climate Bill (NPR, LAT) That’s Far From Perfect (SBUSA)

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  • Horrific Fiery Car Crash Kills Six, Caught on Camera (LAT, NBC4)
  • After E-Bike Crash Killed Daughter, Family Pushes for Regulations (LAT)
  • A Week After Deciding to Do Nothing About It, LA County Still High Risk for COVID (Daily News)
    …But That’s Cool Because A Right Wing Extremist/Columnist Doesn’t Believe the Numbers (Daily News)
  • Officials Celebrate Sound Walls Near NoHo on 170 (The Source)
  • SaMo Weighs Two Parcel Tax Ballot Measures for November (SMDP)
  • Mediocre Climate Bill Shows Dems. Can Still Do Something (The Nation)
  • U.S. Transit Aging Faster Than We Can Maintain It (Route Fifty)
  • Jerry Brown’s Thoughts on the Inflation Reduction Act, Climate, and More! (LA Times)

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  • CAO: City Spent Bulk of Federal COVID Recovery Funds on Police and Firefighters. Zero Percent on Homelessness (L.A. Taco)
  • Another 6th Street Bridge Think Piece, and Yes It Talks Bike Lanes (LAT)
  • LA County May Move Out of High Risk for COVID Infections Today (Daily News)
  • Check Out the Route for this Month’s CicLAvia (Hollywood Patch)
  • SD Seeks to Use Developer Impact Fees Equitably (San Diego Reader)
  • Big Donors Are Reshaping California Campaigns (CalMatters)
  • Uber Had a Positive Cash Flow Last Quarter but Remains Unprofitable. (The Verge)

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Today’s Headlines

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  • CHP: Judge for Yourself if It’s Safe to Drive through Crosswalk with People Walking (Daily News)
  • City Council Extends Ban on Homelessness to 20% of City’s Public Space (LAT)
  • LAX Unveils First People Mover Train (Daily News)
  • LA, SF Join Coalition to Defend California Fuel Economy Standards (Spectrum)
  • Companies Tell EPA to Let California Set Clean Truck Rules (Ceres)
  • County Declares Monkeypox Emergency (Daily News)
  • COVID Is Cresting in LA County, But Overall Picture Still Not Good (LAT)
  • 3 R Senators Want to Make it Easier to Drive Drunk (Streetsblog USA)

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