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9:10 AM PDT on May 2, 2016

    • Metro Rail Creating A Less-Car-Centric Warmer Fuzzier Los Angeles (NYT)
    • L.A. Contract with CBS Decaux Unraveled, Bus Shelters Never Installed (KPCC)
    • Azusa To Adopt Parking Restrictions Around Gold Line (SGV Tribune)
    • Walkability Is Good For Business (Gizmodo)
    • Trying To Get Gateway Cities To Fund Walking And Bicycling (Investing in Place)
    • Metro Announces Expo 2 Opening Celebrations (The Source, KPCC)
    • Riders Press For LADOT To Give Expo Line Signal Priority (L.A. Weekly)
    • More On Actions Taken At the April Metro Board Meeting (The Source)
    • New Free-To-Users $195M Carpool Lanes On 10 Freeway To "Ease Congestion" (KPCC)
    • Let's Go L.A. Posits Solutions For the Culver City Cluster
    • Construction Underway At Santa Monica Expo TOD Pen Factory (Urbanize)
    • Carnage: South El Monte Cyclist Crossing Rosemead Killed By Car (Biking In L.A.)...Pedestrian Killed When Car Jumps Curb In North Hollywood (LAT, KPCC)...Big Rig Truck Driver Flees Fatal Hit-and-Run in Vernon (LAT, KPCC)
    • San Diego Voters Will Decide Transportation Sales Tax This Fall (SD Union Tribune)
    • Sharrows Mean Cars And Bikes Share the Lane (Mercury News)
    • Why Traffic Studies Are Bad For Cities (Fast Co-Exist)

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