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9:08 AM PST on January 13, 2022

    • COVID Omicron Surge Hitting L.A. Hospitals Hard (LAT, LAist)...Health Workers Sound Alarm Over Ridiculous COVID Guidance (Capital & Main)
    • Rest In Peace: Streetsblog Team Member and Transit Advocate Dana Gabbard (Mark Evanier)
    • Pasadena Negotiating With Caltrans Over Stub Taken For Failed 710 Freeway (Pasadena Now)
    • Cm Blumenfield Sheperding Steps Toward Sidewalk Repair Reforms (@InvestinPlace Twitter)
    • LADOT Adding Bike Lanes To Eagle Rock's Yosemite Blvd (@walkeaglerock Twitter)
    • Santa Monica Upgrades 23rd Street Bike Lanes To Protected (SM Spoke Facebook)
    • Beverly Hills Creates Design Standards For Station Neighborhoods (BH Courier)
    • Black Lives Matter Activists Sue Over Crackdown On Protests At Mayor's Home (LAT)
    • Possible Van Nuys Civic Center Revamp Targets Parking Areas (Urbanize)
    • 72-Unit Senior Affordable Housing Under Construction Near Vermont/Wilshire Station (Urbanize)
    • Report: Who Police Stop In California (LAT)
    • Metro Again Touts ARP COVID Stimulus Monies Approved in 2021 (The Source, Daily News)...see also similar Metro announcement from March 2021

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