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9:45 AM PDT on July 26, 2021

    • COVID Cases and Hospitalizations Keep Rising In L.A. County (LAT, Daily News)
    • It's Time To Reform Speed Limit Laws (LAT)
    • Metro Update On NoHo-Pasadena BRT (Mailchimp)
    • Foothill Transit Struggles With Broken Down Electric Buses (SGV Tribune)
    • Bruce's Beach Leader Takes Black Land Reclamation National (Daily Breeze)
    • Bird Revealing Next Generation Shared E-Scooter (LB Post)
    • Whittier Considering Making Car-Free Downtown Promenade Permanent (Whittier Daily News)
    • Carnage: Two Killed In Wrong-Way Freeway Crash In Long Beach (LB Post, Daily Breeze, AV Times)...Pomona Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Person (Daily Bulletin)...Lancaster Pedestrian Hit-and-Run Victim Identified (AV Times)...Copter Airlifts One Victim Of 4-Car Gorman Crash (SC Signal)...Driver Strikes Pedestrian In Canyon Country (SC Signal)...Santa Clarita Driver Takes Out Light Pole and Hydrant (SC Signal)
    • New Renderings For Office/Housing Next To La Cienega/Jefferson Station (Urbanize)
    • Linear Park Planned Next To Santa Monica Bus Yard (Urbanize)

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