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9:10 AM PDT on May 5, 2016

    • L.A. Approves Finishing Contested Partially-Built Hollywood Target Store (LAT)
    • The Source Explains Metro's Planned BRT For Vermont Avenue
    • New Full Expo Line Schedule Posted (Metro)
    • Carnage: Lincoln Heights Salmon Cyclists Killed In Car Crash (Biking in L.A.)
    • Car Crashes Into Whittier Home, Pins Child (LAT)
    • Pity the Poor Driver Parking In L.A. (Playboy)
    • L.A. Wants To Find Overnight Parking For People Living In Their Cars (LAist)
    • Development Community Benefit Agreements Not Working (Lisa Schweitzer)
    • Flying Pigeon Questions the Need For An L.A. Bike Month
    • State Park Bond Prop 84 Spending Did Not Prioritize Urban Areas (UCLA Environment & Sustainability)
    • Copenhagen Avoided Freeways, Retained Its Character, Became Best Bike City (Guardian)
    • Irish Airline Head: Cyclists Should Be "Taken Out And Shot" (Irish Times)
    • More Musings On Jane Jacobs' Birthday (UCLA CHA, Curbed)

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