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    • Metro Foothill Gold Line Extension Begins Pre-Revenue Testing (The Source)
    • Fewer Buses On the Road Today Source Of Metro Ridership Dip (Transit Center)
    • Crenshaw/LAX Tunnel Boring Machine "Harriet" Begins Work (Press-Telegram, The Source, KPCC)
    • Homeboy Industries Father Boyle Withdraws Support For Housing Moratorium Initiative (LAT)
    • Mixed-Use Development Planned Near Heritage Square Gold Line Station (Urbanize)
    • Triple Whammy Of Freeway Closures Coming Soon (KPCC)
    • Port Of L.A. Fails On Pollution Reduction Mandates (LAT)
    • The Disaster That Is Metrolink (Systemic Failure)
    • Uber Looks To Use Mobile Tech To Curb Unsafe Driving (SBSF)
    • Caltrans ATP (Active Transportation Program) Accepting Applications For Bike/Ped Projects (SRTS)

Extra Calendar Items Missed On the SBLA Weekly Calendar:

    • Wed 2/3, Thur 2/4, and Sat 2/6 - Hearings on Metro's Strategic Bus Network Plan in Van Nuys, Carson, and DTLA respectively. Additional hearings through February 11. Details at Metro website.
    • Wed 2/3 - Pasadena Department of Transportation hosts a community meeting on the proposed Roseways (low stress streets) bike network. The meeting is at 6 p.m. at PBWS Architects at 234 East Colorado Boulevard, Suite 700 in Pasadena. Pasadena Complete Streets Coalition meeting follows afterward. Details at Facebook event.

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