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9:16 AM PDT on May 23, 2016

    • Expo, Expo: Driver Crashes Onto Expo Tracks Near Exposition Park (KPCC)...Christopher Hawthorne: Expo Marks Great Progress (LAT)...Expo 2 A Sign of L.A.'s Costly Bet On Curbing Car Culture (WSJ)...The Source's Explainer on How To Commute Via Expo...Car/Bike/Transit Race: Expo Faster Than Rush-Hour Buses (KPCC)
    • LAPD Union Head: Bikes Cause "Absolute Traffic Nightmare, More Dangerous For Drivers, Pedestrians and Cyclists" (Biking in L.A.)
    • Councilmember Buscaino Rides An E-Bike To Work From San Pedro (Facebook One, Two, Three)
    • KPCC Highlights Sexual Harassment On Metro Trains and Buses
    • Drunken Man Pulls Knife On Orange Line (LAist)
    • North Figueroa Traffic Safety Remains An Issue For Councilmember Cedillo (EGP News)
    • KPCC Interviews Boyle Heights Ovarian Psycos Bike Brigade
    • Lawndale Opens Rudolph Park (From Lot to Spot, TPL)
    • New Pop-Up Mini-Parking Opens In Hollywood (Urbanize)
    • Car Battery Recycler Quemetco To Begin Soil Testing For Lead (KPCC)
    • Some Valley Equestrians Oppose CA High Speed Rail (LAT)

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