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    • L.A. To Trial More Readable Parking Restriction Signs (Curbed, KPCC)
    • Mayor Appoints Livability Champs (April Economides, Sumi Gant) to Transit Board (LongBeachIze)
    • 'But Level of Service Predictions Said It Would Be Different' Department:405 Freeway Traffic Slightly Worse After $1.1 Billion Widening (Curbed, ZevWeb)Struggling OC Toll Road Re-Financed (LAT)
    • Concerns Over the Wrong Kinds of Development in Elysian Valley (KCET)
    • City of Santa Monica New Data Transparency Site (Santa Monica Next)
    • L.A. Parents Worry About Safety When Kids Walk to School (KPCC)
    • Mayor Lee Touts Safety Zones on Walk to School Day (SB SF)
    • Surviving Your Walk Should Not Involve Luck Vs. Curb-Jumping Cab (SB NYC)
    • Good Listen: Transit Systems Roundtable Podcast (Strong Towns)

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