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9:42 AM PDT on July 29, 2013

    • Council Courage Trumps LADOT Lethargy on Hit and Run Epidemic (LA Weekly, LAist, LAT, CBS2)
    • Christine Dahab Gets Year in Jail for Crash That Maimed Dozens of K-Town Ridazz (Biking in L.A.)
    • The Media Narrative Is Changing on Express Lanes (CBS2)
    • La Canada Flintridge Sets Aside $500,000 to Fight Big Dig (Star-News)
    • 10 LA Bridges in the Big Parade (Transit Watch)
    • Complete Streets In Inglewood (Morningside Chronicle)
    • Weho's Longer Meter Times Now Go Into Effect (Curbed)
    • Azusa Council OK's Gold Line Parking Lot (SGV Tribune)
    • Equestrian Crossing Bridge for L.A. River Will Be Completed in 2014 (ZevWeb)
    • Freshamitis and Krekorian Rising on Transportation (Daily News)
    • A Group of Anaheim Angels Have to Use Transit. Earn Free Press (Daily News)
    • Drunk Driver Flees from Police in Compton (Daily News)
    • "A young driver who crashed his SUV into a power pole last year in Valley Village can be tried for felony vehicular manslaughter in the deaths of two good Samaritans who were electrocuted while trying to aid him, a Superior Court judge said Wednesday in Van Nuys." (Daily News)
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