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    • UberX Can Now Pick Up Passengers At LAX (KPCCLAT)
    • Will L.A. Transit Riders Learn Good Etiquette? (DTLA Rising)
    • Metro Quantifies County Need For Walk and Bike Funding (Investing in Place)
    • Biking In L.A. Focuses On Bicycle Crashes On Pacific Coast Highway
    • NIMBYs Want L.A.'s Small Lot Subdivisions To Be More Suburban (KPCC)
    • Curbed Profiles California's New Road User Mileage Fee Program
    • Los Feliz Ledger Looks Into Proposed Griffith Park Traffic Plan
    • So Cal Edison Program To Install More Electric Vehicle Charging Stations (KPCC, Pasadena Star News)
    • Lamentation That Las Vegas "Free Parking Tradition" Bites the Dust (LAT)

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