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9:05 AM PDT on July 15, 2016

Eyes on the Street: #endhitandruns bus ads are popping up on bus shelters around Los Angeles. Photo: Joe Linton/Streetsblog L.A.
Eyes on the Street: "If you hit someone stop the car" #endhitandruns bus ads are popping up on bus shelters around Los Angeles. Photo: Joe Linton/Streetsblog L.A. (The M in the lower right is my bike-share bike reflected.)
    • L.A.'s Mountain Lions Are Surprisingly Urban (Curbed)
    • L.A. Is Planning Walkable Communities Along the Metro Orange Line (Daily News)
    • DTLA Streetcar Report Shows Routes, Asks Questions (Downtown News)
    • Coastal Commission Approves San Diego Trolley Extension (LAT)
    • Anti-Gentrification Efforts Target Boyle Heights Art Galleries (L.A. Weekly)
    • The Problems With Santa Monica's LUVE Initiative (Santa Monica Next)
    • Cars Are Not Affordable For Many Americans (KPCC)
    • Planning Commission Approves Anti-Mansionization Rules (LAT)
    • Montebello Modifies Rail Underpass Plans, Saves Dairy (SGV Tribune)
    • Route 66 Going Green-Car (KPCC)
    • Shoup On How Many Drivers Are Cruising For Parking Spaces (Parking Today)

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