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    • Pasadena Reviewing Fate Of Canceled 710 Freeway Housing (Pasadena Now)
    • South L.A. Community Plan Update Aims To Shift Development To Commercial Corridors (Urbanize)
    • California Ends Parking Mandates At Transit-Rich Locations (LAT)
    • Southeast L.A. Toxic Tours Teach About Pollution And Resistance (LAist)
    • 8 Places To Bike In Southern California (LAT)...9 Groups To Bike So Cal With (LAT)
    • Metro Joint Development Supportive Housing Under Construction In Boyle Heights (Urbanize)
    • L.A. Keeps Taking Steps Toward Banning Neighborhood Oil Drilling (Daily News)
    • Carnage: Driver Hits, Kills Teen In Quartz Hill (AV Times)
    • Ancient Landslide Threatens Amtrak San Clemente Tracks (LAT)
    • Caltrans Closing 101 In Encino  To Demolish Ped Bridge (Daily News)
    • This Weekend Caltrans Closing 91 Freeway For Repairs (LAT)
    • So Cal Gas Prices Rising (LAT, KTLA)
    • Metro Halting Freeway Widening To Celebrate Clean Air Day October 5 (The Source)

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