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8:42 AM PST on February 27, 2020

    • City Council Candidates On Housing, Homeless, and Cars (Curbed)...Lee Misleadingly Criticizes Lundquist Over School Anti-Gay Policy She Opposed (LAT)
    • Carnage: Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Woman In Sylmar (Daily News)...Driver Killed In Freeway Crash In Irwindale (MyNewsLA)...Appeal Denied For Wrong-Way Driver Who Killed Six In Diamond Bar (Daily News)
    • Firefighters Rescue Woman Trapped Under Gold Line At Union Station (CBS2)
    • Ride-Hail May Be Part Of Why DUIs Are Down (WeHoVille)...Ride-Hail Causes More Pollution Than Car Trips (CityLab)
    • Will LADOT Electric Buses Increase Ridership? (KCRW)
    • The Source Previews Today's 10am Metro Board Meeting
    • Transportation Policy: the Legislative Process (Medium)
    • L.A. Among Counties Where Traffic Air Pollution Hurts Kids Most (The Conversation)
    • Los Feliz Bridge Housing Moving Full Speed Ahead (LAist)
    • CA Gas Prices To Rise Due To Carson Refinery Fire (LAT, Daily News)

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