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8:58 AM PDT on June 6, 2017

    • LAT Opinion: Nostalgia [For Parking?] Shouldn't Get In Way Of New L.A.
    • Bike Lanes Coming To South L.A.: Hoover, Broadway, Avalon, Main (Urbanize)
    • CicLAvia Changes How We Think About Street Design (Parksify)
    • Study: Big Trucks Pollute More Than Previously Thought (KPCC)
    • Metrolink To Run Extra Bike Cars For Sunday's Glendale CicLAvia (The Source)
    • Garcetti's Griffith Park Gondola Idea Has No Legs (Los Feliz Ledger)
    • Concerns About Pollution Nag Planned Housing At 110/91 Freeways (LAT)
    • Burbank's 1910 Monorail Experiment (KCET)
    • Transit Park-and-Ride Not Cost Effective (Seattle Times)

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