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8:23 AM PST on November 20, 2014

Eyes on the Street: visualizing . See GIS Day Link first below.
Eyes on the Street: Anne Brown, Chelsea Richer, and Hyeran Lee visualize rent increases, temperature changes, and bicycle collisions, respectively. Click for higher resolution - via GIS Day link first below.
    • Celebrate GIS Day Data-Mapping Contest Winners (UCLA Lewis Ctr)
    • Editorial: So Cal Really Needs To Invest in Mass Transit (Glendale News Press)
    • You Can Live Car-Free In L.A. (Flying Pigeon)
    • Councilmember Bonin To Update In-Lieu Parking Fees for Venice (CD11)
    • More Toll Lanes Might Come to L.A. Freeways (LA Weekly)Express Lane Scofflaws Do Get Ticketed (LAT)
    • Retooling DTLA's Car-Centric Music Center for Pedestrian Orientation (LAT)
    • Retooling LA's Complicated Parking Signs (LA Weekly)
    • New Metro Bus Line To Connect NoHo, Burbank, Glendale, Pasadena (Burbank Leader)
    • Please Don't Commit Suicide on Metro's Rail Tracks (The Source)
    • Uber's Damage Control Saga (LAT1, LAT2Yahoo)
    • New Grand Park Playground Opening #streetsr4families (DT News)
    • Plannerspeak: Will "Complete Community" Replace "Smart Growth"? (UT San Diego)
    • San Jose New Development Fee for Affordable Housing, Lawsuits Expected (SV Biz Journal)
    • SF To Extend Car-Free Stretches of Market Street (SB SF)

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