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    • CityLab Interviews Parking Genius Donald Shoup
    • LAPD Solved Only 8 Percent Of Hit-and-Runs Last Year (Daily News)
    • More On County's $12M Settlement In Cyclist Death (LAT, Daily News)
    • Driver Convicted Of Killing Two In 2016 Hit-and-Run Crash (KTLA)
    • How To Take Metro To L.A. Airports (The Source)
    • Cm O'Farrell Wants To Plan Improvements For Hollywood Walk Of Fame (Urbanize)
    • At Least 17 People Injured In Multi-Car Crash On 15 Freeway On Cajon Pass (ABC7)
    • Study: L.A. Ride-Hail Drivers Work Full Time, Struggle To Earn Enough (LAT)
    • Price Tags On How The “Perception Module” Of Robo-Car Killed A Pedestrian
    • Lift Boba Cup Today, Tweet #boba4aidan & #crashnotaccident (L.A. Walks Twitter)

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