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    • Metro Bus Driver Shot and Killed - Allegedly by Passenger (LATDaily News, The Source)
    • Suspect Identified, Booked (LA_Now, Daily News)
    • Is Expo Unsafe at the Washington Blvd. & Flower St. Blue Line junction? CPUC Inspectors Move In (LAT)
    • Sports Carmageddon in DTLA Also Not an Issue (Daily News, Press-Telegram)
    • Hollywood's Pedestrian Alley Doing Great (Curbed)
    • Small Turnout, Mostly Big Dig Opponents, at Recent Meeting in El Sereno (El Sereno Sun)
    • Metro Considering Cell Service, Wi-Fi on Trains (Blog Downtown)
    • Prediction: New NELA Bike Lanes Won't Get a Lot of Use on Steep Via Marisol (BIKAS)
    • Curbed Learns It's Really Hard to Coordinate City to Improve and Complete Streets
    • More Art for the Orange Line Extension (The Source)
    • Sacramento Bicycle Advocates Chalk Up Successes of Bike Month (SacBee)
    • A Mocking Quiz on the State of the Mayoral Race (Downtown News)

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