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    • Metro's Planned Blue Line Closures Couldn't Come At A Worse Time (L.A. Magazine)
    • Recent South L.A. Traffic Victims All On Vision Zero Network (Biking in L.A.)
    • CityMapper Ideas Could Boost Bus Ridership (Curbed)
    • How Many People Will Take Train To LAX? (KPCC)
    • Two Peds Killed By Metrolink Trains In Separate Incidents (LAT)
    • Metro Seeks CA Congested Corridor Funds For Highway & Transit Projects (The Source)
    • New Street Vending Proposal Would Not Allow Businesses To Veto (LAT, KPCC)
    • Long Beach Rescheduling Planned Mother's Day Beach Streets (Press Telegram)
    • New Images Of Lower L.A. River Revitalization (LongBeachIze, Urbanize)
    • Distracted Driving A Big Safety Issue In So Cal (SGV Tribune)
    • Financial Dispute Emerges Over Gas Tax Repeal Initiatives (LAT)
    • Homelessness Dominates Mayor's State Of the City Speech (KPCC)...Garcetti Pitches Rewards For Communities That Take Homeless (LAT)

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