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9:41 AM PDT on October 5, 2022

    • LAT Endorses United To House L.A. - Yes on Measure ULA
    • Metro K Line Opens Friday (KTLA5)
    • Track Repairs Begin, San Clemente Amtrak/Metrolink Service Back In 30-45 Days (LAT)
    • LB Port Pollution Increased During Pandemic Congestion (LB Business Journal)
    • More On Baldwin Park's Big Dalton Wash Path (Urbanize)
    • Sunset4All Study Motion At T-Committee Tomorrow (Biking in L.A.)
    • Sign Up For Long Beach Bike/Ped Count (LongBeachIze)
    • County Looks For Options To Serve Drivers When 5 Freeway Closed (SC Signal)
    • Pasadena Offers Free Transit Rides For Clean Air Day Today (Pasadena Now)
    • Carnage: Driver Killed Plunging Off Palos Verdes Estates Cliff (Daily Breeze, KTLA5)...Pedestrian Killed In Freeway Car Crash Near Long Beach (2UrbanGirls)...El Monte Driver Crashes Into Building, Injuring Three People (KTLA5)
    • 110-Apartment, 45-Parking Space Mixed Use Planned In Boyle Heights (Urbanize)
    • Will Under-Construction Santa Ana Streetcar Spur Gentrification? (LAT)
    • October Is Pedestrian Shaming Safety Month (Pasadena Now)
    • Why Are So Cal Prices Rising? (Daily News)

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