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    • Eagle Rock Blvd Getting $16M Makeover (Eastsider)
    • Arizona Uber Test Car Wasn't Programmed To Spot Pedestrians (LAT)
    • Study: E-Scooters More Ecologically Friendly Than Cars (LAT)
    • Carnage: Sherman Oaks Hit-and-Run Victim Passed By Dozens Of Drivers (ABC)...Suspect Sought In Deadly Van Nuys Hit-and-Run (Daily News)
    • LAX-it Won't Improve Until L.A. Embraces Mass Transit (Curbed)...Lopez: Do We Think We're Too Good To Take Bus Home From LAX? (LAT)
    • Three Approaches For Silver Lake Reservoir Master Plan (Urbanize)
    • Editorial: So Cal Should Build Homes In Urban Core, Near Transit (LAT)
    • 329-Apartment Mixed-Use Wedding Nearly Complete By NoHo Station (Urbanize)
    • More On National Board Push For Bike Helmet Law (Biking in L.A.)
    • Opinion: For Curbing Climate Change, Don't Sweat the Small Stuff (LAT)

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