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    • Gigantic Metro Board Agenda Will Decide Billions in Spending (The Source)
    • "Give Me 3" Passes Assembly, Moves to Senate (Biking In L.A.)
    • Traditional Cab Drivers v Lyft and Other Rideshare Companies (LAT)
    • Metrolink Gets Delivery of Safer Rail Cars (LAT)
    • "CEQA Optimist" Defends the Environmental Law (KCET)
    • Proposed Casden Mega-Development Drops Plans for Target, Grocery Stores, Some Housing (LAT)
    • Photo Recap of the "Crit Race" at City Hall on Sunday (City Grounds)
    • King County Water Board Adds Suit to the Pile Against High Speed Rail (Examiner)
    • Long Beach Hires New Transit Chief (Press-Telegram, Gazettes)
    • Red Light Camera Critics Back State Assembly Bill to Extend Yellow Signal Phase by One Second (CBS)
    • Dashboard Cam Catches Some Read Road Rage, Can Thrown Out Window at Prius (LA Weekly)

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