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    • Metro Releases EIR For West Santa Ana Branch Rail (Urbanize, The Source)
    • Residents, Non-Profit, South Pas Wrangle To Buy Caltrans Homes (SGV Tribune)
    • LADOT Study: Transportation System Failing Women (LAist)
    • Tenants Accuse Healthy Housing Foundation Facilities of ‘Slumlord’ Conditions (KNOCK-LA)
    • Carnage: Driver Kills Pedestrian On 210 Freeway In Pasadena (Pasadena Star-News)
    • Speed Hump Approved For Whittier's Michigan Avenue (Whittier Daily News)
    • How L.A. Got Venice Unhoused Into Shelters (LAT)
    • L.A. Podcast Talks About L.A.'s Approving Harsh Anti-Camping Ordinance
    • Another Commission To Study Homelessness? Get Serious Supervisors (LAT)
    • Ontario Eyes Transit-Oriented Development (SGV Tribune)
    • San Diego Trolley Turns 40 (LAT)
    • Southern California Is An Electric Vehicle Mecca (Daily News)

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