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Featured Headline: A coalition of environmental groups and the Bus Riders Union protested outside Metro headquarters on Saturday.  The message: programs and projects that promote car drivership, such as the 710 tunnel project damage the environment and expansion of the bus system can save it.  Makes sense.  The Times has more.
    • Pre-revenue Service Begins for Expo Line (The Source)
    • Spring Street Bike Lanes Get Their Face Lift (Curbed)
    • LADOT DASH and Commuter Express Now on Google Transit (KCET)
    • Housing Authority Under Fire for Wasteful Spending, Separations (LAT, CKET)
    • The 'Bu Considering Bike Plan (Malibu Times)
    • Op/Ed: Billboards and Parks Don't Mix (LAT)
    • Bergamont Station Developers Try to Do SOMETHING Near Port in San Pedro (Daily Breeze, Curbed)
    • Toronto Activists Use Trash to Demonstrate Room for Bike Lanes (Treehugger)
More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

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