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    • Koreatown Development Highlights Nutty L.A. Parking Regulations (Curbed)
    • Parking Cash-Out Works, But Law Is Unenforced Hence Ineffective (LAT)
    • Increasingly Loan Sharks Prey On Poor Car-Owners Via Car Loans (NYT)
    • Zocalo Gets Metro Cheerleading Account, Opening Office in Boyle Heights
    • Metro's Proposed New Express Bus Routes From NoHo To Pasadena (SBLite Tumblr)The Source Previews Those and Other Metro Board January Business
    • All U.S. Light Rail and Streetcar Systems Mapped At Same Scale, Incl L.A. (GGW)
    • Is Eastside Car Traffic As Bad As Westside Car Traffic? (Eastsider)
    • Name Santa Monica's Bike Share System and More (Santa Monica Next)
    • Operation Firefly Distributes Bike Lights in Long Beach (LB Post)
    • Rams Tax-Funds-Free Stadium Developers Expect $100M In Public Subsidies (KPCC)
    • Bay Area Caltrain Adding More Bike Capacity (SBSF)
    • Studies: Transit Oriented Can Be A Mile From Station (CityLab)
    • Food Trucks Are Not So Great For Urbanism (Price Tags)Street Vendors Make For Great Streets (L.A. Walks)

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