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9:08 AM PST on November 10, 2016

    • Election 2016 Aftermath: Seattle And L.A.'s Bright Light Rail Futures (Seattle Times)...Garcetti, Metro Celebrate Passage Of Measure M (SGV Tribune)...DTLA Anti-Trump Protestors Shut Down 101 Freeway (LAT, KPCC, Daily News)...American Public Transit Association Looks To Work With Trump Admin (Railway Age)...Acknowledging Garcetti Leadership On Measure M and Measure HHH (LAT)...Voters Reject Santa Monica No-Growth, Beverly Hills Tower (LAT) More on BH (Curbed)...Archipelago Of Cities Offers Hope During Fearful Election (Blabbermouth Podcast)xxx
    • Estey Bomberger Ranks CA's Most Dangerous Intersections From 2015 Crash Data
    • Great Streets Bike Lane Improvements Underway On Van Nuys Blvd (@cd7news Instagram)
    • Pasadena Star News Concerned About Car Parking In Union Street Bikeway Coverage
    • Opinion: Make Development Easier To Solve Housing Crises (LAT)
    • Stopping Gentrification Harder Than It Appears (Flipboard)
    • Comparing Four West Coast Rail Systems (Chris DePretis YouTube)

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