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8:55 AM PST on December 18, 2013

    • Editorial: Everyone Thinks the LAPD's Jay Walking Crackdowns Are Bullshit (LAT)
    • People St Gets Some Major Press (Daily News)
    • Uber Getting Ripped for Overcharing L.A. Customers (LAist, L.A. Weekly, Curbed)
    • Residents Concerned About 6th Street Bridge Re-Design (DTLA News)
    • For Some, Buses Are a Way to Opportunity (LAT)
    • State Board Grants CAHSRA Its First Eminent Domain Seizure in Fresno (SM Daily Journal)
    • `Park Safe L.A. App Helps Drivers Figure Out Parking Regs (Curbed)
    • Riders Marched Single-File Off Bus After "Disturbance" (LAT)
    • City Helps Neighborhood Councils Get on the Bus Bench (Empower L.A.)
    • L.A.'s Cool Roof Ordinance Is, Well, It's Cool (Climate Resolve)
    • LAPD Motorcycle Cop Struck in Mid-City Crash (Daily News)
    • For the First Time in Years, Biking in L.A. Is Fundraising, Help Them Out (Biking in L.A.)

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