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8:24 AM PST on February 28, 2020

    • Pasadena Leaders Have Blind Spot On Transportation Impacts On Climate (PCSC)...About That Climate, So Cal February Heat Wave Breaks Records (LAT, SGV Tribune)
    • Metro Board Moving Forward With Eastside Gold Line Washington Alignment (Curbed, SGV Tribune)
    • L.A. City Planning Report On Transit-Oriented Communities Successes
    • In 1963, Black Students Led Protests Against South Bay Whites-Only Neighborhoods (Curbed)
    • Study Says L.A. Region Has Worst Air Quality (Daily News)
    • Metro Approves $30M MicroTransit Pilot (Daily News)
    • Veterans Affordable Housing Completed In El Monte (Urbanize)
    • Long Beach Traffic Circle Getting Caltrans Modifications (LB Post)
    • CicLAvia Returning To Glendale On June 14 (Glendale News-Press)
    • CA Considers Modifying Independent Contractor Law (LAT)
    • Indirect Transportation Policy-Making: Appointments, Budgeting, and Oversight (Medium)
    • LAT Opinion: Someone Is Smearing Loraine Lundquist As A Socialist And A Right-Winger
    • Cartoon: Drivers Love Their Brand Of Socialism (Streetfilms Facebook)

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