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    • Vision Zero Is Impossible, But Worthy (LAT)
    • Riverside Drive Is Getting Protected Bike Lanes (Eastsider)
    • Big Blue Bus Seeks Input On Fare Increases (SMDP)
    • L.A. Approves 'Chop Shop' Motion Banning Public Bike Repairs (Biking in L.A.)
    • Responding To Lawsuit, L.A. Suspends Towing For Excessive Parking Tickets (LAT)
    • Pasadena Shifting How It Analyzes Mobility Impacts (Pasadena Now)
    • Bird Running E-Scooter Discounts, Timed For Super Bowl
    • CA High-Speed Rail System Will Include Two Tracks, Cost Estimate Grows (LAT)
    • In Manhattan Beach Supermarket Dispute, Driver Runs Over Person Twice (Daily Breeze)
    • City Was Going To Clear Ktown Anti-Camping Rocks This Morning, But Didn't (SBLA Twitter)

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