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    • Bike the Vote Publishes So Cal State Senate & Assembly Race Endorsements
    • Carnage: Cyclist Killed By Drunk Driver In Echo Park, Driver Charged With Murder (Biking in L.A.)...Fatal Crash Closes 710 Freeway At Rosecrans (LAT)...Huntington Beach Man Killed, Hit By Two Cars Walking Across PCH (LAT)...Costa Mesa Man Killed, Run Over By His Car After Starting It With Screwdriver (LAT)
    • Residential Transit-Oriented Development Planned For Monrovia Gold Line Station (Urbanize)
    • Why New Development Has Little To Do With Rising Rents (Better Institutions)
    • Some Reasons Why A Lot Of Recent DTLA Housing Development "Looks Ugly" (Downtown News)
    • Metro Ballot Measure Would Mean Express Toll Lanes On the 105 Freeway (The Source)
    • School Bus Impaled By Metro Blue Line Crossing Arm (KTLA)
    • Photos From Lawndale's Mini Open Streets Event (The Source)
    • Metro Will Allow Surfboards On the Expo Line (Curbed)
    • Mitsubishi Cheated On Mileage Tests Since 1991 (LAT)
    • “L.A. Is the Apocalypse: It’s You And A Bunch Of Parking Lots." (Colin Marshall)
    • Neighbors Want Massive Park To Replace Decommissioned Silver Lake Reservoir (Urbanize)

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