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    • Foothill Transit Looks to Take Over Metro Lines 190 and 194 (Pasadena Star News)
    • Cyclist Sues CicLAvia For Car-Crash Injuries During Event (Daily News)
    • Transit Sheriff Prevents Woman From Committing Suicide on SFV Train Tracks (Nixle)Metrolink Train Hits and Kills Man in Covina (LAT)Metrolink Train Hits Man in Pico Rivera, Causing Delays (LAT)
    • Glendale-Hyperion Bridge: The Politics of Betrayal (Orange 20)
    • More Images From LAX People Mover Plan (Curbed)
    • Immigrant Rights Groups Sue Over Drivers License Data Privacy (KPCC)
    • 101 Freeway Ramp Permanent Closure an Abomination (LAT)
    • Complaint: No Measure R Projects in the Valley (Daily News)how are Measure R funded SFV $1.6B 5-Freeway, $1.1B 405-Freeway widenings working for you?
    • Carnage: Altadena Driving Racing Drunk Kills Passenger (Pasadena Star News)
    • Health Benefits of a New Fitness Course in Houghton Park (LongBeachIze)
    • Study: So Cal Roads Responsible for Killing Bobcats (KCET)
    • Santa Monica Next Profiles Cycling Anti-Airport Activists Lisa Sandbank and Juan Lopez
    • Drivers May Not Notice CA's New Gas Fee Taking Effect January 1st (Fresno Bee)
    • Advocates Press for Fair Share of Bike Funding in Black Communities (SB Chicago)

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