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    • Poll: 93% Prefer Rail Tunnels to Monorail for Sepulveda Pass Project (Daily News)
    • Two-Way Protected Bikeway Coming to Pasadena’s Union Street (Pasadena Now)
    • Overview of Changes to Metro Service Levels (The Source)
    • CA Dems Vow to Investigate Cause of High Gas Prices, Again (Spectrum)
    • New Affordable Housing Is Expensive (LAT)
    • Check Out the Images from Pasadena's Chalk Art Festival (SGV Tribune)
    • More on Gold Line Reaching the Half Way Point (Urbanize)
    • USA Is an Outlier with Increasing Traffic Deaths (City Lab)
    • But Hoboken New Jersey Seems to Have It Figured Out Too (Curbed)
    • It Might Rain Today (Daily News)

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