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    • Residents Near Port Want Zero-Emissions Plan (LB Post)
    • As Metro Cuts Buses, Plenty of Money for Bike Amenities (The Bus Bench)
    • Epstein on BRT: Size Matters in Transit (LA Observed)
    • Are City Council Members Ducking Votes on CRA? (City Watch)
    • AEG Schedules Stadium Briefing for Tuesday (Curbed)
    • Metro Board Has Pretty Routine Meeting (The Source)
    • ReThinking TOD: The Transportation Planner’s Dilemma to Transit Oriented Development (Alan Note)
    • Send “SWOT” Teams in to Help Cities Ready to Make Big Changes (The Meggs Report)
    • GOOD Discovers the Coolness of the Eco-Village
    • Some Bike-Friendly Coffee and Munchy Places in NELA (Flying Pigeon)

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