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8:57 AM PDT on June 21, 2017

    • How Metro Measure M Guidelines Can Build Complete Streets (Investing in Place)
    • Beverly Hills Approves Bike Lanes For Santa Monica Blvd (Biking in L.A.)
    • How L.A. Parking Is Getting Worse For People With Disabilities (LAT)
    • Rodeo Road Could Be Renamed For President Obama (Urbanize)
    • Improvements Planned For Ballona Creek Bike Path (Vision Zero L.A.)
    • La Habra Hts Considering Utility Tax For Road Repairs (SGV Tribune)
    • Metro To Be Guest Of Honor At Paris Mobility Exhibition (Metro Magazine)

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