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8:43 AM PDT on October 28, 2019

    • Equitable Eagle Rock Calls For Data-Driven BRT Routing, Welcomes Meetings...EER Remains Critical Of Freeway BRT "Zombie Option"
    • San Bernardino COG Considering Gold Line Alternatives (SGV Tribune)
    • Foothill Silver Streak To Connect To Cal Poly Pomona (Poly Post)
    • Carnage: Gruesome Hit-and-Run Footage In Silver Lake, Cyclist Injured (Eastsider)...Cyclist Killed By Hollywood Hit-and-Run Driver (Biking in L.A.)...Koreatown Cyclist Dies Three Days After Hit-and-Run (Biking in L.A.)...Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Two Horses In Lake View Terrace (CNN)...Authorities Search For Driver In Fatal Puente Hit-and-Run (SGV Tribune)...Driver Killed In Montecito Heights Freeway Crash (Eastsider)
    • Monrovia's Discounted Lyft Prices Going Up (SGV Tribune)
    • How LAX-it Ride-Hail Will Work (LAT)
    • Burbank Breaks Ground On Phase 2 Of Channel Bike Path (Burbank Leader)
    • Five-Story Supportive Housing Rising By Exposition Park (Urbanize)
    • Mike Gatto Makes Case For Walkable Car-Free Retail Areas (Daily News)
    • Five Reasons Climate Change Is Worst Environmental Problem (LAT)

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