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    • Metro Announces Public-Private Partnerships Could Speed Measure M Projects (KPCC)
    • Measure M Reportedly Will Reduce Traffic By 15% By 2057 (KPCC)
    • Carnage: Wrong-Way Driver Kills One Person On 10 Freeway In Montclair (LAT)
    • Metro Looks To Make Silver Line All-Door Boarding Permanent, Hearing 10/19 (The Source)
    • Metro Expo Line Shooting: Man Charged With Attempted Murder Of Sheriffs (LAT)
    • Cyclists Want You To Sign Petition To Improve Forest Lawn Drive (
    • Pasadena Approves Union Street Protected Bikeway (Pasadena Now)
    • SGV Tribune Profiles the Planned 17-Mile Emerald Necklace River Bike Loop
    • Drivers Are Not Saving Time By Running Red Lights (CiclaValley)
    • Los Angeles As A Living Lab On Ways To Combat Climate Change (USC News)
    • South L.A. Residents Fed Up With Trash On Their Streets, Sidewalks (KCAL9)
    • Opinion: Measure A Is the Best Way To Build And Maintain Parks (LAT)
    • New Vancouver Mall Suffers 4-Hour Traffic Jam (Planetizen)

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