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8:32 AM PDT on May 25, 2016

    • Inside West Hollywood's Expensive New Automated Parking Garage (KPCC)
    • Thrillist Posts, Removes Xenophobic Anti-Expo Line Screed (L.A. Weekly, Gawker)...Santa Monica Near-Expo Parks New Parking Meters Criticized By "Locals" (SMDP)...Monday Expo 2 Ridership: 12,000 Boardings, Half Downtown SaMo (The Source)
    • Long Beach Council Candidates Square Off Over Parking (LB Press Telegram)
    • Bike-Share Downtown L.A. Launch Date To Be Announced Today (KPCC)
    • Carnage: Violent Car Crash Kills One, Injures Two Others (KTLA)
    • Campaign To Preserve Sites From "Negro Travelers" Route 66 Guide (CBC Radio)
    • Uber Kicks Off Spanish Language Service, Recruiting Drivers (LB Press Telegram)
    • Parking Requirements Mean Less Housing and Less Affordable Housing (Sightline)...Reforming Parking An Easier Way Toward A More Just Society (Access)
    • Car-Centric Streets Drive Away Father-Son Bicyclists (#LukeSpeaks)
    • Seattle Times Goes On Screed Against Imagined "War On Cars" (Seattle Bike Blog)

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