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9:21 AM PST on January 28, 2015

    • Carnage: Driver Jumps Curb Kills Crossing Guard In Monterey Park (ABC, LAT)Elsewhere, Driver To Be Tried For Collision That Killed 4 People (KPCC)
    • Santa Monica Next's Jason Islas Interview On Santa Monica's No-Growth Pains (KCRW)
    • Flying Pigeon Looks At L.A. Election Numbers And Urges All To Bike The Vote
    • Profiling the LOSSAN Rail Corridor Agency (LAT)
    • Westwood Should Prioritize Walkability (Daily Bruin)
    • Transforming L.A.'s Alleys (Flying Pigeon)
    • Officials Looks Back at 2005 Metrolink Train Crash In Glendale (Glendale News Press)
    • A Report Sitting In The Middle Of the 101 Freeway (Guardian)
    • Infographics: Why and Where You Will Ride the Gold Line Foothill Extension (The Source)
    • Farewell To Long Beach 106-Year-Old Cyclist Octavio Orduño (Biking in L.A.)
    • Department of DIY's Astrid Conder Paints Her Echo Park Bus Bench (Eastsider)
    • A Critical Transportation Link: Getting Angels Flight Running Again (LAT)
    • Secretary Foxx Challenges Mayors On Bike/Ped But There's No Funding (Getting Around Sacto)
    • Handsome Red-Painted Bus Only Lane in San Francisco (SBSF)

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