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    • Long Beach Transit Moves Back Procurement Date for BYD Buses, Same Company Metro Chose (LB Post)
    • Council Says Yes to Murals, But Not on Houses (LAT, Daily News)
    • Aids Walk Ads on DASH Buses Could Lead to Some Uncomfortable Future Messages (City Watch)
    • OC Plans for Bikeways, But Can They Do Even Better? (Voice of OC)
    • Mapping Metro's Rail Ridership Boom in the 21st Century (Curbed)
    • Howard Jarvis Taxpayer's: Put Bullet Train Back on Ballot (Daily News)
    • Huizar Forms Task Force to Envision Future of Pershing Square (DTLA Rising)
    • Family of Boardwalk Victim Seeks Answers from City (Daily News)
    • FHWA Publishes State VMT and Highway Info, Showing Just How Much California Drives
    • Florida Rag Engages in Some Victim-Blaming in Hit and Run, Gets Crushed in Comments (Boca News Now)
    • Meanwhile, Hit and Run Claims Life of Elderly Man with Walker in Reseda (Daily News)

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