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    • L.A. Traffic Fatalities Declined In 2017, Fell Short Of Vision Zero Goal (KPCC)
    • Carnage: Pedestrian Killed By Hit-and-Run Driver In Norwalk (LB Press Telegram)...Pedestrian Killed In Rosamond Hit-and-Run Crash (KTLA)...Glendale Driver Flees After Hitting Car, Jumping Curb, Crashing Into Peds (LAT)
    • Two Car Crashes On Fountain Avenue In WeHo Yesterday (WeHoVille)...Another Fountain Avenue Car Crash Last Week (WeHoVille)
    • Woman LAPD Pulled From Subway Files Excessive Force Claim (LAT)
    • How L.A. Is Making DTLA's Spring Street Safer (KPCC)
    • Metro Celebrates 25 Years Of the Red/Purple Line (The Source, SGV Tribune)
    • Team Selected To Build And Operate LAX Peoplemover (Global Rail News)
    • Affordable TOD Planned At Watts Blue Line Station (Urbanize)
    • Ryu Looks To Pay Parking To Solve Runyon Canyon Traffic Jams (Curbed)
    • Pro-Trump Racist Harasses Asians On Metro (Angry Asian Man)
    • Homeless Advocates Sue To Stop OC From Clearing River Encampment (KPCC)
    • CA Lawmakers Seek High-Speed Rail Audit (KPCC)

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