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    • Pasadena Sees Economic Boon in Having a Streetcar (Star-News)
    • A Wakeup Call on TOD/Transit and Affordable Housing (Sustainable Cities and Transpo)
    • Crime Down 40% in Areas with Late Night Parks (LAT)
    • Canadian Newspaper Uses Wilbur Ave. Controversy to Slam "Bike Despots" (National Post)
    • Three Year Trick-or-Treater Injured in Hit and Run in South L.A. (LA_Now)
    • Rutten: 19 of 20 R Challenges in Hot Races Are Global Warming Deniers (LAT)
    • Lopez: Don't Get Mad, Go to the Polls (LAT)
    • The Road Signs, They Are a Changin' (Infrastructurist)
    • Police Seek Hit and Run Driver in Pasadena Ped. Crash (LA_Now)
    • Meanwhile, Another Ped Killed in Hit and Run at Victory and Van Nuys (Daily News)
    • Rangers’ Home, Arlington, “Largest U.S. City Without Public Transit” (SF Weekly)
    • Ciclovia Comes to Baltimore (The Sun)
    • SM Boulevard in WeHo Goes Car Free for World's Largest Halloween Party (LAT)
    • I Need to Hire Curbed's Headline Writer

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