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    • Oh No! The Times Worries that the 405 Widening Project Is Not Totally Worth It!
    • Long Beach v L.A. Lawsuit Over SCIG Is Probably BNSF's Fault (Daily News)
    • Blue Line Adjacent Development in Long Beach Comes with 5 Story Garage (Curbed)
    • Meanwhile, L.B. Vice Mayor Pushes for Cleaner and Safer Blue Line in The Beach (Curbed)
    • Cal Poly Pomona Traffic Study Encourages Higher Speed Limits, Ignores Bike/Ped (Daily Bulletin via Biking in L.A.)
    • Car Wash Owner Getting Cheeky Over Gold Line Construction (Patch)
    • 11 Year Old, "When You Drive the Earth Smokes" (Care 2)
    • Building of Gerald Desmond Bridge in Long Beach Proceeds as Planned (KPCC)
    • Another Noted River Advocate Leaving Los Angeles (KCET)
    • Daily Carnage: After Oxford Cyclist's Death, 3 Riders Down in 4 Days in SoCal (Biking in L.A.)

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