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    • Little Tokyo Tracks Done, Metro Gold Line Is Back Running End To End (The Source)
    • Let's Go L.A. Looks At the Difficulties Of Work Windows For Urban Rail Maintenance
    • LAT Editorial Stresses Metro's State Of Good Repair
    • Urbanize Has Very Good Measure R2 Transit Project Explainer
    • 99+Percent Of Exide Area Homes Testing Positive For Lead (KPCC)
    • West Hollywood Approves Bike Lanes On Fairfax (@WeHoBike Twitter)
    • Brussels Terrorism Means Upped Security On Metro, Metrolink (SGV Tribune)
    • Other Transportation Sales Tax Measures Throughout CA This Year (SBCA)
    • Looks Like Villaraigosa Will Run For Governor in 2018 (KPCC)
    • "Death By Gentrification" In San Francisco (Guardian)
    • Think L.A.'s Transit Is Crowded? See Trains In India (BBC)

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