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    • Metro Announces Short-Term Service Changes Starting 4/19 (The Source)
    • Bonin Notes Republicans in NH to the Left of L.A. City Council on Evictions (Twitter)
    • Post COVID-19, Affordable Housing May Be More Expensive to Build (LAT)
    • City Signs Off on 2.2. Miles of Complete Streets on Avalon in South L.A. (Urbanize)
    • How Can Bus Drivers Be Protected? (Press Enterprise)
    • Bakersfield Embracing Bikes During Pandemic (Bakersfield.com)
    • No Surprise: Cyclists Noticing the Air Is Cleaner (Spectrum1)
    • Burbank Turns Off the Beg Buttons to Cross the Street (LAT)
    • Finance Firm Predicts US Will Embrace High Speed Rail Post COVID-19 (Railway Mag)
    • Family Offers Reward for News on Hit-and-Run Driver Who Killed Teacher (LBPost)

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