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    • OC Drivers Don't Want Market-Manipulated High Gas Prices (CBS)
    • SGV Tribune Salutes People Who Fought and Killed 710 Freeway Extension
    • Northridge Driver Hit-and-Run Crash Injures Two (Daily News)
    • Cm Ryu Says Rowena Road Diet Will Stay (Curbed, Los Feliz Ledger, Eastsider)
    • SGV Tribune Profiles Ride of Silence
    • L.A. River Bike/Walk Path Just Got A Boost (Daily News)
    • How Crenshaw Became Black L.A.'s Main Street (Curbed)
    • Five Small Lot Homes Proposed By Mariachi Plaza (Urbanize)
    • The Downsides Of Lyft Car Rental Program (LAT)
    • Curbed's Guide To L.A. Renters Rights
    • Streetsbloggy Podcast Recommendation: The War On Cars

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