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8:39 AM PDT on March 9, 2020

    • Bel Air Interests Look To Sue Metro Over Sepulveda Subway (BA Assn)
    • West Hollywood Eliminating Parking Requirements For Low Income Housing (WeHoVille)
    • CA Closes Down Allenco Oil Drilling Site In South L.A. (LAT)
    • Gardena Transit Looks To Connect To LAX and Inglewood Stadium (Gardena Valley News)
    • Driver Hits A Line By Pico (Reddit, Imgur)
    • Taking Lyft/Uber Worse Than Driving (LAT)
    • LAT Finds Disgruntled Former CA High-Speed Rail Builders Critical Of Project...looks like LAT needs to re-visit CAHSR construction if they're using a photo from 2016
    • Transitional Housing Under Construction In Willowbrook (Urbanize)
    • Expanding Highways Makes Traffic Worse (Curbed)
    • Oil Price Plunge Tanks Stock Market (Daily News, LAT)
    • Carnage: Pedestrian Killed On 405 Freeway (Daily News)...Driver Hits, Kills Cyclist in Huntington Beach (Biking in L.A.)
    • The Scramble To Fix L.A. Voting System Before November (LAist, LAT)...Latest Count Shows DA Lacey Just Below 50% (LAist, LAT)

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