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    • Metro Explores Land-Banking To Prevent Displacement from Transit Projects (Planetizen)
    • More on the Griffith Park Road Closures, Traffic Calming Plans (LAist)
    • Grand Jury: Anaheim Leaders Betrayed Voters on Angel Stadium Deal (Voice of OC)
    • Industry Pushes Newsom to Allow Autonomous Trucking in California (Tech Crunch)
    • Biden’s Proposal to Suspend Federal Gas Tax Comes with High Risk, Little Upside (The Hill)
    • EU Approves Plan for All New Cars to Be Carbon Neutral by 2035 (LAT)
    • Santa Monica Considers Parklet Program (SMDP)
    • County Hospitalizations Slowly Moving Up in LA County (Daily News)

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