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    • KCET Bikes the Vote To the Council District 4 Candidates Debate
    • USC Adjacent Development Ratchets Down Residential Parking (Daily Trojan)
    • Editorial: Activate Spaces Around High Speed Rail Stations (LAT)
    • Boy on a Bike Asks CA Helmet Law Author Senator Liu To Address Actual Safety Issues
    • Molina/Huizar Election Debate: GM Says DTLA Should Be Less Urban (Curbed)
    • Two South L.A. Metro Buses Shot At With Pellet Gun (LAT, CBS)
    • Glendale Driver Crashes Into Six People at Bus Stop (Glendale News Press)
    • Huntington Beach Woman Arrested for Hit-and-Run Crime (LAT)
    • Oscar Closures, Curbed Asking Could Closing Hollywood Blvd Make A Times Square?
    • Early History of Hollenbeck Park (BH History)
    • Land Trusts Can Curb Gentrification (Grist)
    • Rising Gas Prices Makes Streets Safer (Transportationist)

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