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9:08 AM PST on November 14, 2016

    • Metro Policing Plan For Addressing Rider Safety Concerns (LAT)...New Plan Would Shift Some Policing To Local PDs (LAT)
    • National Study Shows Protected Bike Lanes Make Streets Safer (Biking in L.A.)
    • Photos From Saturday's Long Beach Beach Streets (Biking in L.A.)
    • Carnage: Two Dead From Car-Lightpole Crash In Beverly Hills (LAT)...Woman Killed In South L.A. Hit-and-Run (LAT)...Driver Killed Crashing Into Basketball Team Charter Bus In Chino (SGV Tribune)
    • City And Subregional Breakdown Of Measure M Votes (The Source)
    • LAT Editorial: Will Measure M Lead To Gentrification And Displacement?
    • Uber, Lyft Drivers Nabbed In LAPD Bandit Cab Stings (KPCC)
    • PLUM Committee Approves Caruso La Cienega Development With Walk/Bike Features (Urbanize)
    • Santa Monica 5-Story Mixed-Use Under Construction Near Expo 26th Street Station (Urbanize)
    • CA High-Speed Rail Seeks Partial Buy-America Exemption (LAT)
    • The Bus Movie 'Speed' Captures L.A.'s Transitions From Suburban To Urban (KCET)
    • How All-Door Boarding Is Making Transit Better Around the World (SB NYC)

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