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9:05 AM PDT on July 1, 2016

    • Downtown LA Traffic Is Worse, That's Good News! (LAT)
    • LAist Wants Car-Free Angelenos To Take Their Survey
    • Expo Line Trains Get Crowded And Sometimes Break Down (The Wrap)
    • L.A. Is Not Tearing Down Buildings For Half-Empty Luxury Apartments (Better Institutions)
    • L.A. Magazine Profiles Garcetti (but caption-writer can't tell Leimert Park from Expo Line)
    • Multi-Family TOD Under Construction Just West Of Wilshire/Normandie Station (Urbanize)
    • Palos Verdes Estates Responds To Cyclist Pressure For Safer Streets (Daily Breeze)
    • State Senate Committee Approves Student Transit Pass Bill A.B. 2222 (Move L.A.)
    • Washington State Court Rules Cities Must Make Roads Safe For Cyclists (CBS Seattle)
    • In Florida, Tesla Robo-Car Fails, Kills Occupant By Driving Into Truck (Guardian)
    • Very Good Basic Video Primer On Parking Issues (KW Parking Vimeo)

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SBLA is publishing lightly today (mostly fewer adjectives), and not all on Monday's Independence Day holiday. 

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