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8:59 AM PDT on October 26, 2016

    • Metro CEO Phil Washington Takes To KPCC Airwaves
    • Facebook Video: Councilmember Buscaino Rides Metro Bike Share To Promote Port Expansion
    • Measure M Will Fix Local Sidewalks and Roads (Investing In Place)
    • Daily News Editorial: No On Measure M, Will Not Help Average People
    • Post Bike-Ped Crash, Safety Is Top Priority On River Walk/Bike Path (LADOT LeapLA)...New SLOW Signs For Pedestrian Safety To Be Installed On River Path (Eastsider)...SLOW Signs Also Planned For All Sites Of Car Vs. Ped Crashes Too (R.U. Kiddink)
    • Better Institutions Looks At Proposed L.A. Parking Podium Reforms
    • Metro Receives $10.5M Federal Grant For CNG Buses To Replace Diesel Buses (The Source)
    • L.A. City Planning Committee Approves Scaled-Back Hollywood Gehry Development (UrbanizeLAT)
    • Mixed-Used TOD Complex Proposed Along Gold Line In Chinatown (Urbanize)
    • Metro and Caltrans Want Your Input On Fixing the 605 Freeway (SGV Tribune)...How About Congestion Pricing? Oh Wait, That Actually Works (Price Tags)
    • California's Hit-and-Run Percentages Are Rising (Biking in L.A.)
    • No Vacancies In California? Housing Report Says No (NYT)

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