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8:59 AM PDT on April 25, 2022

    • FTA Recognizes Antelope Valley Transit Agency For Climate Accomplishments (AV Times)
    • L.A./LB Has Worst Pollution In U.S. (Daily News)
    • Make Griffith Park Safer For Non-Drivers (LAT)
    • Metro Hosting Meetings On Vermont Transit Corridor Project (The Source, LAist)
    • Metro Requires Masks (The Source)...Foothill Transit Requires Masks (Footnotes)...LB Transit Requires Masks (LB Post)
    • Santa Monica Seeks Input On Parklet Program (SMDP)
    • Carnage: Woman Killed In Wrong-Way Crash On 105 In El Segundo (Daily News)...Man Killed In Three-Car Crash On 105 In El Segundo (Daily News)
    • 130-Unit Affordable Housing Breaks Ground In Panorama City (Urbanize)
    • 8-Story 42-Apartment 36-Parking Space Mixed Use Planned At Beverly/Alvarado (Urbanize)
    • OCTA Hosting Webinar Meetings On 55 Freeway Widening
    • Climate Activists Protest Growing Port/Ship Pollution (LB Post)
    • More Record Temperatures For L.A. County (Daily News)

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