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9:16 AM PDT on May 20, 2016

Metro's new rail system map in effect today
Metro's new rail system map in effect today
    • Metro Expo Line Opens Today, Free Rides From Noon and All Day Saturday (Metro)...Take uberPOOL To Expo and Get A Discount (The Source)...Villaraigosa On Expo: I Told You So (KPCC)...Expo Is Not Faster Than Driving (LAT)...Former Red Car Operator Waxes Nostalgic On Expo (KPCC)
    • Metro Committee Approves Active Transpo Plan To Connect First/Last Mile (Investing in Place)
    • Azusa Gold Line Parking Shortage Hurting New Rail Ridership (CBS2)
    • TransitCenter Forum: Lessons Learned For Improving Livability (Investing in Place)
    • Improving L.A.'s Buses (KPCC)
    • Carnage: Two Bicyclist Road Deaths - Palos Verdes Apparent Hit-and-Run (Biking in L.A.)...Panorama City Crash Kills Cyclist, Likely Due To Speeding Driver (Biking in L.A., CiclaValley)
    • Opinion: Don't Go Over the Top Praising L.A. For Recent Bike Efforts (LAT)
    • Bike-Share Riders Get In Fewer Crashes Than Other Bicyclists (Bikocity)

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