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7:55 AM PST on November 21, 2022

    • Meeting Today - Support Protected Bike Lanes On Fountain In WeHo (Streets for All)
    • Metro Should Reject Flawed Fare Hike (MoveLA)
    • Organizers See Opportunities In LB Progressive Majority (LB Post)
    • 11 Transportation Ideas For Council District 13 (Michael Schneider)
    • Port of LB Opens Electric Truck Charging Station (Daily Breeze)
    • LADOT Commemorates World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims
    • Train Strikes Car In Rialto, Injuring One (Daily Bulletin)
    • Carnage: Person Killed, Six Hospitalized In Winnetka Crash (KTLA)...Wrong Way DUI Driver Kills Person In DTLA (LAT)...Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Person In Tarzana (Daily News)...Person Killed In Northridge DUI Car Crash (Daily News)...Person Killed In Two Car Crash In La Habra (KTLA)...DTLA Driver Crashes Sending Person To Hospital (KTLA)...Victim Faces Long Recovery From Whittier Crash Injuries (Whittier Daily News)
    • Transit-Friendly Places To Watch World Cup Soccer (The Source, LAist)
    • SIPA Celebrates Completion Of Historic Filipinotown Supportive Housing (Urbanize)

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