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    • Metro Adds Another $100 Million To the 405 Widening Project (L.A. Weekly)
    • KCRW Hears Two Sides Of the Recently Approved L.A. New Mobility Plan 2035
    • America's Most Dangerous Intersections, Including L.A. Sites (Quartz)
    • Union Station Master Plan Bike-Ped Improvements Funded By Calif ATP (KPCC)
    • El Monte Metrolink Station Could Be Moved Adjacent To El Monte Transit Center (Curbed)
    • Health Campuses Need To Embrace Healthy Transportation (UCLA Bicycle Academy)
    • Lack Of Crossing Guards Part Of Larger L.A. City Hiring Problems (KPCC)
    • Boyonabike Tours BikeSGV's New Education Center Bike Co-Op
    • San Diego Man A Victim Of Road Rage In New Orleans (NBC)

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