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    • The Source Does a Great Job Recapping Olympic Headlines and Talking 2024 Transportation
    • Skelton: Driver's Deserve Fix for Road Mess, Republicans Wake Up (LAT)
    • Dems. Have Lots of Ideas on How to Spend Cap and Trade Funds (KQED)
    • Silver Lake Pedestrian Tunnel Set for Closure (LAT)
    • Here's the Timeline for the Pershing Square Renewal (Curbed)
    • Caltrans Moving Ahead with "Natural Crossing" (LAT)
    • Funding Approved for Anaheim Streetcar Funding (OC Register)
    • Mother Jones Gives S.B. 350 a Big Thumbs Up
    • Is the Tide Turning Against Cedillo Over Opposition to Traffic Calming? (Flying Pigeon)

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