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8:42 AM PST on January 27, 2016

    • LAT Editorial: Make Sure Griffith Park Serves People, Not Cars...Shuttles Planned May Not Be Enough For Crowds (CiclaValley)
    • Despite Rail Expansion, Metro Struggles With Declining Ridership (LAT)...When Regions Spend Heavily On Highway Expansion, Transit Share Doesn't Expand (CityLab)
    • Mixed Income Mixed Use TOD Proposed Across From NoHo Red/Orange Line (Urbanize)
    • Sixth Street Bridge Demolition Deadline Draws Crowds (KPCC)
    • Expanded Exide Clean-Up Proceeding Slowly (KPCC)
    • Sustainable Little Tokyo Bucks Gentrification Trends (NRDC)
    • Billboard Company Illegally Cut Back Sunset Triangle Plaza Trees (Curbed)
    • Three Hyperloop Test Tracks Planned (KPCC)
    • Free Parking Is A Symbol, Paid Parking Risks Las Vegas Becoming "Failed State" (LAT)
    • How State Transportation Budget Cuts Affect Southern California (KPCC)
    • L.A. Among Ten National Cities Selected For Vision Zero Network (Vision Zero Network)More Thoughts On Vision Zero And Equity (Minneapolis BC)

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