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8:40 AM PDT on July 2, 2021

    • Supervisor Hilda Solis Now Chair Of Metro Board (Daily Breeze)
    • What's In L.A. City's Newest Anti-Camping Law (LAT)
    • Foothill Transit Offers Fare Discounts (SGV Tribune)...LADOT Modifies DASH Routes
    • Tamika Butler On Bike Advocacy Inclusivity (Bicycling)
    • Three CicLAvias Planned For 2021 (@CicLAvia Instagram)
    • Carnage: Driver Killed In Fiery Truck Crash In Fontana (LAT)...Wrong-Way Driver Kills Two On 210 Freeway In Rialto (LAT)
    • LAT Promotes Costly Metro MicroTransit Pilot
    • No Plans To Widen 5 Freeway Through Camp Pendleton (Daily News)
    • South L.A. Sites Cleared For Supportive Housing (Urbanize)
    • Affordable Housing Under Construction In University Park (Urbanize)
    • 6-Story 120-Unit Development Rising In Temple-Beaudry (Urbanize)
    • July 4 Travelers Driving Face High Gas Prices, Clogged Roads (Daily News)...CHP Will Crack Down On Speeding July 4 Weekend (Antelope Valley Times)

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