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    • Judge Denies Restraining Order, Allows Metro Regional Connector Construction To Proceed (LAT)
    • Adam Ruins Everything Podcast Interviews LADOT GM Seleta Reynolds
    • Nine Great Things About Metro Bike Share (Medium)...The DTLA Bike-Share System Has Room To Grow (NextCity)
    • Highland Park Tennants Planning Rent Strike (KPCC)
    • L.A. Plans Transit-Oriented Communities Along Future Van Nuys Blvd Rail Line (Urbanize)
    • Carnage: Driver Kills Infant Child In Stroller In South L.A. (LAT)
    • L.A. Ranks 7th In U.S. For Walkable Urbanism (Move L.A.)
    • How Can L.A. Re-Open Westside Bundy Triangle Park? (Ahbe Lab)
    • Glendale Has Cheap-Looking New Pedestrian Wayfinding Signage (Glendale News Press)
    • Pasadena Plans 2-Way Protected Bike Line On Union Street in 2019 (Pasadena Weekly)
    • Suspicious Package On Tracks In Pomona Delays Metrolink Trains (KPCC)
    • Berlin Density Gets People Moving (UCLA CHA)

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