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9:09 AM PST on March 4, 2016

    • KPCC Previews This Sunday's CicLAvia - The Valley...CiclaValley Concludes CicLAvia Previews With Pro Tips Recommendations
    • FTA Head Therese McMillan Becomes Metro Planning Head (WaPoThe Source)
    • Police Looking For East L.A. Hit-and-Run Driver Who Hospitalized Cyclist (KTLA)
    • KPCC Rides Metro's New NoHo-Pasadena Express Bus
    • Video Of Massive Tunnel Borer "Harriet" Lowered Into Crenshaw (The Source)
    • Regional Connector Little Tokyo Construction To Be Complete March 21 (The Source)
    • UCLA Should Offer Shuttles To Expo Line (Daily Bruin)
    • March 19 Long Beach Beach Streets Programming Announced (LongBeachIze)
    • Metrolink, Amtrak Closed Below San Juan Capistrano This Weekend (KPCC)
    • Proposed Anaheim Streetcar Would Link ARTIC and Disneyland (OC Register)
    • Apparently Drunk Off-Duty Uber Driver Crashes Into San Diego Bus (LAT)
    • LAT Still Does Not Like High-Speed Rail Plans, Schedule
    • How Parking Requirements Hurt the Poor (WaPo)
    • L.A. Bike Advocates Finalists For National Awards (Alliance for Bike Walk)

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