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    • Metro's Problem: Stations And Stops Not Designed For People (LAT)
    • Long Beach Beach Streets Draws Tens Of Thousands (LB Post)
    • 710 Freeway Stub Planning Process At Pasadena Council Today (Pasadena Now)
    • Pasadena Council To Vote Today On Project List For 710 Corridor Funding (Pasadena Now)
    • Pasadena Pedestrian Plan Goes To Commission Thursday (Pasadena Now)
    • $1M Grant To Group To Run Shuttle From L Line To Angeles National Forest (SGV Tribune)
    • Judge Blocks Sheriff From Searching Computers LASD Seized From Kuehl, Metro (LAist, LB Post, AV Times)
    • LASD Continues To Obstruct Civilian Oversight Probe In Department Gangs (Witness L.A.)
    • Downey Cancels Plan To Trial Temporary Roundabout (Downey Patriot)
    • Carnage: Windsor Hills Crash Driver Struggled With Mental Health (LAT)...Motorcyclist Killed In Long Beach Crash (LB Post)...Arleta Car Crash Sends Two, Including Ejected Infant, To Hospital (2UrbanGirls)
    • 195-Apartment TOC Planned By Bundy E Line Station (Urbanize)
    • 350-Unit Mixed-Use Proposed on Hollywood Boulevard (Urbanize)
    • 94-Unit Modular Supportive Housing Under Construction In Skid Row (Urbanize)
    • Lopez: Tiny Homes Have Mixed Record (LAT)
    • LAT Opinion: Driving An Electric Car Doesn't Make You Pro-Environment
    • CA Plans To Phase Out Diesel Trucks (LAist)

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