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    • Metro Board Chair Antonovich Rips Metro Board Staff in Exclusive Interview (BH Courier)
    • 710 Project to Move Port Traffic a "Big Moment" for East LA (Eastside Sun)
    • Caltrans Wants to Drop Speed Limit to 45 on Pasadena Freeway (Daily News)
    • Problems, Fraud, with Caltrans Bridge Inspection Program(McClatchy)
    • Excitement Building for Legislation Exempting Bike Projects from CEQA (Curbed)
    • LADOT "DASH D" Extended to Expo Line (Press Release)
    • Metro Planning Ped. Bridge at Universal City Red Line Stop (Curbed)
    • Urban Land Institute Report Looks at How They Would Redesign Union Station Area (The Source)
    • Sacramento a Stepping Stone to City Hall (LAT)

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