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8:48 AM PDT on March 18, 2016

    • Bike the Vote Endorses Sahli-Wells For Culver City Council Election
    • Congestion Pricing Would Solve L.A.'s Car Traffic Problems (L.A. Weekly)
    • Affordable Housing Under Construction At Gold Line Heritage Square Station (Urbanize)
    • Boy on a Bike Recaps Janette Sadik-Khan At the Hammer Museum
    • Glendale School District Joins Anti-710 Freeway Coalition (LATGNP)
    • Uber Offers Its First Cross-Border Service San Diego to Mexico (LAT)
    • City Of L.A. Wants CA To Require Ride-Hail Driver Fingerprinting (KPCC)
    • Transit-Spotting Guide For Greater Los Angeles (stupidgit Imgur)
    • Legislative Review Critiques CAHSR Funding Plan (KPCC)
    • Honolulu Police Criticized For Ticketing Illegal Parking On Sidewalks (Parking Today)
    • New York City Is Reducing Parking Requirements (SB NYC)
    • Metro Announcing Measure R2 Expenditure Plan Today At 10 a.m....More SBLA Coverage Up Later Today

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