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    • $670M federal grant for Metro downtown L.A. regional connector subway (LA Times)
    • Looking at road diet lane configuration options for the Glendale-Hyperion Bridge (Eastsider)
    • Bus Riders Union calls for end to transit fares, opposes new structure (LAT)
    • Maybe Elysian Park streets need diets too - destructive collision traps car occupant (Eastsider)
    • Metro introduces first of its 550 new buses, including better wheelchair systems (The Source)
    • West Hollywood discovers abuse of visitor parking passes (WEHOville)
    • Would this WeHo robotic parking gizmo help with that? (Curbed)
    • L.A.'s brave bicycling communities from Ridazz to Ovarian Psycos (Occupy)
    • Wish list diagram for L.A. Metro rail lines by 2040 (KPCC)
    • What do bicyclists wear to booze-and-burger joints? (Flying Pigeon)
    • Metrolink's new collision avoidance system on the way (LA Times)
    • Troubled Vanowen Street Bridge over L.A. River waters, supposed to be done in 2012 (Daily News)
    • Study reveals race and income demographics around CA rail yards (East Yard Communities for EJ)
    • Great looking designs for spaces along the L.A. River in Elysian Valley (KCET)
    • Trader Joe's possibly maybe coming to DTLA  (DTLA Rising) but will they have bike parking?

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