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8:13 AM PDT on June 1, 2016

    • What Metro Can Do To Take Walking and Bicycling Seriously (Investing in Place)
    • Hollywood Highland Scramble Transformed Intersection Safety (Gizmodo)
    • LAPD Added Patrols Focusing On Five Most Dangerous Intersections (ABC7)
    • Opinion: State Senator Mendoza's Bill Would Be Awful For Metro (LAT)
    • Metro Recaps Community Meetings On Willowbrook/Rosa Parks Blue Line Station Improvements (The Source)
    • Mixed Use Residential and Hotel Planned On Figueroa Across From Exposition Park (Urbanize)
    • Broad Neighborhood Support For Mid-City 6th Street Road Diet (Orange 20)
    • Metro Releases Quality of Life Report (The Source)
    • Ridership and Cost For West Hollywood City Transit Services (WeHoVille)
    • Bakersfield Police Brutally Subdue Jaywalker (ABC23)
    • Zipcar Launches Its First Floating Car-Share Service, In Brussells (Global Newswire)
    • Bike the Vote Releases Its County Supervisor Candidates Report Card

Calendar Extra: Saturday 6/4 - The Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals-SoCal and American Planning Association-LA will co-hosting a Downtown Azusa and Gold Line Station Walking Tour. Meet at the Downtown Azusa Gold Line Station at 10 a.m. Tickets are free for APA and APBP members; all others are $10. Details and reservations at Brown Paper Tickets.

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