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    • Leahy Outlines His Metrolink Priorities, Including Lower Fares (LAT)
    • The New Urbanism Film Festival Calls for Entries
    • Steve Lopez Profiles Echo Park's Gentrification Costs (LAT)
    • Boyle Heights Revitalization Brings Questions About Who Benefits (KCET)
    • Measure R Jobs Helping Communities (All in L.A.)
    • This Sunday's First Ever San Fernando Valley CicLAvia:Discounts Along the Route (The Source)Neighborhood Guide, Freeway Offramp Map, and more (CicLAvia)Try Out the Pop-Up Chandler Protected Bike Lanes (LADOT Bike Blog)Find Valley Bikery Folks At The NoHo Hub
    • AirBnB Is Making So Cal Housing Less Affordable (Santa Monica Next)
    • South Bay's Western Avenue Getting Ped-Friendlier (Curbed)
    • Light Rail Connects Palestine and Israel (KPCC)
    • L.A. Set To Make Early Exit To Newport News In Parking Match-Up (SBUSA)

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