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1:39 PM PST on November 16, 2016

    • Carnage: On Way To School Cyclist Samuel Lopez Killed In 2-Car Crash In Pacoima (Biking in L.A.)...Today's Award For Most Irritating Use Of Blameless Voice Describing Traffic Violence Goes To KTLA5: "a tragic collision occurred... a tragic, tragic accident [note: driver ran red light]"
    • Termecula Parking Lot Road Rage Driver Charged With Assault (LAT)
    • Lessons From L.A. County Active Transportation Program Grants (Investing in Place)
    • L.A. Grapples With How To Implement Measure JJJ - Build Better L.A. Initiative (KPCC)
    • Edward Humes On Measure M: Does Not Takes Driverless Car Future Into Account (LAT)
    • Metro Bike-Share Costs Too Darn Much (Daily News)
    • Porn Association Files Against AIDS Healthcare, Aledges Misuse Of NonProfit Funds (Curbed)
    • How Riverside County Ended Veteran Homelessness (KPCC)
    • Late Victory Gives Dems Supermajority In CA Assembly (KPCC)
    • Ford CEO: We Are On Cusp Of Mobility Revolution (LAT)
    • Sammamish WA School Auctions Prime Parking Space For $17,000 Per Year (Parking Today)
    • Bridge Troll Comic Explains America's Infrastructure Crises (SMBC)

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