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    • Concepts For Metro's North Valley BRT (Urbanize, The Source)
    • Carnage: Silver Lake Motor Scooter Hit-and-Run Victim Dies From Crash Injuries (Eastsider)
    • L.A. County Approves Temporary Rent Increase Caps (Curbed, LAT)
    • More Progress On the Sixth Street Bridge (Urbanize)
    • L.A. Partners To Accelerate Transportation Electrification (Electrek)
    • Biking in L.A. Bemoans Expo Line Station Bike Thefts
    • How the U.S. (and L.A.) Gave Up On Transit (CityLab)
    • How Far Can California Lead On Climate Change? (LAT)

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