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8:54 AM PDT on August 17, 2015

    • Critics Frustrated With Rowena Road Diet Safety Gains (LAT)
    • Alert: Pasadena Transportation Plan At Council Tonight (Pasadena Complete Sts)
    • CityLab's Optimistic Take On L.A.'s Mobility Plan 2035...LAT Letters On Mobility Plan, Including Great Defense By Niall Huffman
    • Exide Lead Poisoning May Affect 10,000 Southeast L.A. County Homes (LAT)
    • DTLA Driver Crashes Into Peds, Car, Injures Seven (KPCC)
    • Metrolink Train Kills Pedestrian In Pacoima (KCBS)
    • Preview Of 2025 Metro Rail Line Diagrams (Transitmaps Tumblr)
    • Average Angeleno Pays Half Of Income Toward Rent (Curbed)
    • How Being Flexible With Existing Housing Can Ease Affordability (Let's Go L.A.)
    • Seattle Expands Bike-Share Subsidized Membership Programs (NextCity)
    • Before/After Street View Images From Street Transformations Worldwide (
    • NYC Subways Full Of Harmless Bacteria (Yahoo)

LAPD Alert from this morning: A Hit-and-Run occurred at Pico Blvd and Cloverdale Ave on 08/17/15 at 04:01 a.m. Suspects' vehicle is a late 90's early 2000, green van (possible Mercury) last seen westbound on Pico Blvd. If you have information call LAPD (213) 484-6700

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