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    • Investing in Place Outlines Priorities For 2016 Transpo Sales Tax Measure
    • Experts Weigh In L.A.'s Transportation Future (Zocalo)
    • "Inclusionary Zoning" Could Be Key to LA's Affordable Housing Crisis (LAT)
    • Santa Monica "Advocacy" Groups Killed Mixed Use TOD, So They Get Office Park (SM Next)
    • Time-Lapse Vid Of Light Rail Construction Decking At Vernon/Crenshaw (The Source)
    • Parking Ticket Case Could Open Pandora's Box On Parking Signage (LAT)
    • Westwood Community Groups Continue Battle Against Future (Daily Bruin)
    • When We're Done Renaming and Building, Here's What Metro's Rail Map Should Look Like (CalUrbanist)
    • Rift Between Garcetti and Council Over Air BnB, Uber, Lyft (LAT)
    • Checking in on the Bike Scene with Roadblock (dvntline)

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