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8:40 AM PDT on October 12, 2016

L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti has been pushing heavily for yes votes on Measure M. He spoke a pro-M event yesterday at the Colliseum. Photo: Joe Linton/Streetsblog L.A.
L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti has been campaigning for yes votes on Measure M. Yesterday at the Coliseum, he opened a Yes on Measure M emphasizing Metro's role in transporting a quarter of Rams' fans to recent home games. Photo: Joe Linton/Streetsblog L.A.
L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti has been pushing heavily for yes votes on Measure M. He spoke a pro-M event yesterday at the Colliseum. Photo: Joe Linton/Streetsblog L.A.
    • Metro Bike Share Is Coming To Pasadena, 400 Bikes, 34 Stations, In Summer 2017 (Pasadena Star News)
    • Sylmar Parking Lot Driver Crashes Into, Injures Five Pedestrians (LAT)
    • Metro Seeking Man Filmed Masturbating On Gold Line Train (ABC7)
    • West Hollywood Cyclist Injured By Turning Big Rig Truck (WeHoVille)
    • Measure M Would Cost Average L.A. County Family $25 Per Year (KPCC)
    • Watch Exposition Park Sports Arena Being Demolished (Urbanize)
    • Blossom Plaza TOD Sets Standard For Community Serving Development (Downtown News)
    • Pasadena Muni Services Committee Approves Union Street Protected Bikeway (@PasadenaCSC Twitter)
    • Mixed-Use Mid-Rise Hotel Planned Near Hollywood/Vine Red Line Station (Urbanize)
    • Desert Trip Music Festival Goers Busted For Disabled Placard Abuse More Than Drugs (L.A. Weekly)
    • More On No-Growth Initiative Prohibiting City Homeless Housing Sites (LAT)
    • Curbed's 2016 Guide To November L.A. County Ballot Initiatives

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