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    • 7th and Metro Subway Station Closed Temporarily For Suspected Bomb Threat (The Source, LAT)
    • Voters Could Defeat Measure M (LAT)
    • DTLA Pico Station Adjacent High Rise Towers Ready For Construction (Urbanize)
    • Opinion: Time To Change the Laws That Cyclists Break (LAT)
    • West Hollywood Extends Pickup Shuttle Service (WeHoVille)
    • Santa Monica Wants People To Ditch Their Cars On Fridays (L.A. Weekly)
    • Metrolink Suing Hyundai Rotem Over Cab Car Safety Features (NBC4)
    • Bombardier Awarded Metrolink Maintenance Contract (Railway Gazette)
    • Some Hyperloop Limitations Explained In Sandwich Analogy (Medium)
    • Gas Prices Rose Six Cents This Week (KPCC)
    • The White House Talked About Housing And Everyone Heard "Parking" (NextCity)
    • New TransitCenter Report Explore How Agencies Can Work With New Mobility (Human Transit)

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