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    • Metro Built Too Much Expo Line Parking (L.A. Weekly)
    • LAT Opinion: L.A. Is Not A Suburb, Don't Plan It Like One
    • Metro Stepping Up First/Last Mile Connections To Transit (Investing in Place)
    • Phil Washington Interview: Metro Easing Expo and Gold Line Overcrowding (KPCC)
    • Luxury Construction Is Not To Blame For L.A. Housing Crisis (Let's Go L.A.)
    • Carnage: Two Dead In Fiery Crash On 405 Near LAX (KTLA5)
    • Santa Monica's Bike/Ped Enhanced California Incline To Open Soon (LAist)
    • Palos Verdes Estates Folks Complain About Bike Safety Signs (Biking in L.A.)
    • Tonight! Army Corps of Engineers Host River Bike Path Meeting  (CiclaValley)
    • Driverless Buses Are Part Of Transit's Future (Curbed)

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