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9:09 AM PDT on May 9, 2016

    • Metro Celebrates Crenshaw/LAX Light Rail Halfway Done (The Source)
    • SGV Tribune Editorial: Solve Azusa Parking By Letting Driver-Commuters Pay For Parking
    • How Should L.A. City Spend Potential $4B Measure R2 Local Return? (Investing in Place)
    • Southern California Needs To Invest More Sooner To Meet Climate Goals (SRTS)
    • With Mobility Plan Returning To Committee Wednesday, It's Mobility Monday (LACBC)
    • Cab Video Of Expo Line Phase 2 (The Source)
    • Bike and Walk Data Making Cities Safer (KPCC)
    • Fatal Pedestrian Collisions On the Rise In the Valley (Daily News)...Long Beach Pedestrian Fatalities and Injuries Rising (LB Press Telegram)
    • New Soccer Stadium Approved For Exposition Park (KPCC)
    • Creative Office Space Reuse In Santa Monica To Open Along Expo Line (Urbanize)
    • Truckers Call For More Dedicated Truck Lanes (LB Press Telegram)
    • Ride-Hailing Winning In CA Legislature (LAT)
    • Engineers Express Concerns Over Quality Of Honolulu Rail Construction (KHON)
    • Burned Out Heap Of Collapsed Building Cleared From Lot (@EASTSIDERIDERS Twitter)

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