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Eyes on the Street: 29-bike  bike-share solar powered docking station at L.A. Union Station. Photo: Joe Linton
Eyes on the Street: 29-bike bike-share solar powered docking station at L.A. Union Station. Photo: Joe Linton
Eyes on the Street: 29-bike bike-share solar powered docking station at L.A. Union Station. Photo: Joe Linton
    • LAPD Can't Enforce Speeds On Most L.A. Streets (KPCC)
    • Car Crashes Into Metro Gold Line in Pasadena, 6 People Injured (KPCCThe Source)
    • West Hollywood Celebrates New Fairfax Bike Lanes 11 a.m. Today (WeHoVille)...Curbed Does Not Know What Protected Bike Lanes Are
    • How Should Metro Define Disadvantaged and Transit Equity Communities? (Investing in Place)
    • MyFigueroa Construction Starts This Summer (LADOT LeapLA)
    • Arcadia Launching New Shuttles To Metro Gold Line Station (The Source)
    • Paris Is Banning Older Cars, Should Los Angeles? (L.A. Magazine)
    • LAPD Purchasing Electric Cars For Non-Emergency Travel (KPCC, LAT)
    • Union Station Patsaouras Bus Plaza Closing July Through October (The Source)
    • Many Housing Advocates Opposing Governor Brown's Streamlined Housing Plan (KPCC)

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