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    • SoCal Looking at Cap and Trade Funds to Boost Transportation Programs (Daily News)
    • WeHo City Council Wants Stop Lights to Make Crosswalks Safer (WeHoVille)
    • Region-Wide Solutions Needed for Harbor Traffic Snarls (Random Lengths)
    • After Sitting in Traffic, Congressmen Rush to Create More of It (Register)
    • Union Station Leads the Way on Most Popular Bike Share Suggestions (The Source)
    • Plaza At Santa Monica Development Draws Drama (Santa Monica Next)
    • Walk Long Beach Organization Hosts Wednesday Walks Series (Longbeachize)
    • Does It Seem Like There's a Lot of New Housing in DTLA? It Should. (Curbed)
    • It Could Be Jail for Former Transportation Committee Member Alarcon (LAT)
    • SaMo Studying Happiness, Well-Being (Register)

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