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    • Metro's Options For Fixing Pico Station Blue/Expo Line Congestion (Urbanize)
    • The Road Ahead For Measure M (L.A. Thrives)
    • El Monte Is Investing In Making Bicycling Easier (SGV Tribune)
    • Groups Suing For Better Griffith Park Access (LAT)
    • Opinion: To Solve Housing Crisis Tax Land, Not Development (LAT)
    • What Do Anti-Market Rate Housing Advocates Want? (Let's Go L.A.)
    • Mariachi Plaza Affordable Housing Project Nearly Finished (Urbanize)
    • Affordable Housing Planned For 76th & Vermont In South L.A. (Urbanize)
    • L.A. Homeless Crisis Goes From Bad To Worse (BBC)
    • Coastal Cities Sue Oil Companies Over Sea Level Rise (KPCC)

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