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9:51 AM PST on January 31, 2014

    • Metro Approves Plans to Help Businesses During Rail Construction in South LA (Sentinel)
    • Crenshaw Subway Coalition Hasn't Given Up (ABC7)
    • No, Really...Is Anyone Actually Going to Take the Train to LAX? (L.A. Weekly)
    • The "Livable Alleys" Program Getting Some Media Love (KCRW via Curbed)
    • Ventura County Considering Tolls on 101 Right Outside County Line (Acorn)
    • Drunk Driver Hit and Killed Man in 2012, Now Says She Can't Remember Crash (Yahoo)
    • Wendy Greuel and Ted Lieu Planning Runs for Retiring Waxman's Seat (KPCC, Daily News)
    • Crash with Metrolink Train Kills Man in Sylmar (Daily News)
    • Metro Helping Cities Planning for Local Ciclovias (The Source)
    • It's Going to Rain a Little (LAT)

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