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    • USC Ends Transit Pass Program, Employee's Passes Go From $30 To $100 (Lisa Schweitzer)
    • Metro Wins EIR Lawsuit Against At Grade Crenshaw Rail (Law360, mostly paywalled)
    • To Councilmember Cedillo Street Safety Is An Unacceptable Personal Gain (Biking in L.A.)
    • Crenshaw/Expo Shopping Center To Become Mixed-Use TOD (Urbanize)
    • Governor Brown Could Sign Reduced Parking Transit-Oriented Development A.B. 744 (Ethan Elkind)
    • FoLAR Founder Unhappy With Olympic Village At L.A. River Restoration Site (LAT)...River Revitalization - Done Right - A Key To A Livable Los Angeles (LAT)
    • L.A. Getting 10 New Bus Stops With Solar Wifi And Charging, Concerns About Vandalism (LAist, Curbed)
    • Santa Ana Looks To Convert Office Space To Housing (KPCC)
    • Let's Go L.A. Looks At California and L.A. County Density, Reasons For Population Growth
    • Test Ride In A Driverless Car Goes OK (LAT)
    • Today's the Last Day To Take Metro's Active Transportation Survey

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