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9:21 AM PDT on September 8, 2022

    • LADOT Shared Photo Of Under Construction 7th Street Curb-Protected Bikeway (Twitter)
    • Time To Stand With Low-Income Street Vendors and Support S.B. 972 (L.A. Taco)...LAist Explains S.B. 972
    • Metro Planning Bus-Only Lanes On Sepulveda In San Fernando Valley (@numble Twitter)
    • Street Racing Crashes, Deaths Are Rising (Daily News)
    • Sierra Madre Removed Bike Lane To Add Parking (Biking in L.A.)
    • Traffic Deaths Are At A 20-Year High. What Makes Roads Unsafe? (NPR)
    • Carnage: Ex-CHP Officer, Who Killed Pedestrian While Speeding To Work, Faces Charges (LB Post)
    • Thieves Steal Prius Catalytic Converters (LAT)
    • LAT Editorial Gets Whiny About NYC Congestion Pricing
    • KTLA5 Gets Whiny About NY State "Ending Speeding"

Calendar extra:  Thursday 9/7 - L.A. City Councilmember Nithya Raman, the Department of Recreation and Parks, the Griffith Park Advisory Board, the Hollywood United Neighborhood Council, and the Los Feliz Neighborhood Council are hosting a Griffith Park Safety and Mobility Improvements Open House. The in-person event will be tonight from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at Friendship Auditorium at 3201 Riverside Drive in Los Feliz. There will be a presentation on the latest work in the ongoing study, with a viewing of presentation boards, plus questions and answers. Details at Raman Twitter. Go to event webpage to RSVP.

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