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9:00 AM PST on November 29, 2022

    • L.A. Installs Long-Delayed Avenue 19 Bike Lanes (@hippyrunner Twitter)
    • Metrolink Service Threatened By National Rail Strike (KTLA)
    • West Hollywood Council Approves Fountain Avenue Bike Lanes (Beverly Press)
    • Sherman Oaks Homeowners Still Rallying Against Sepulveda Rail (@numble Twitter)
    • Carnage: Driver Hits, Kills Bicyclist On PCH In Santa Monica (SMDP)...Driver Hits, Kills Pedestrian In South L.A. (2UrbanGirls)...Driver Hits, Kills Pedestrian In Lancaster Area (AV Times, 2UrbanGirls)...Motorcycle Passenger Killed In Palmdale Crash (AV Times)...DUI Driver Crashes Through Park, Over Bluffs In Santa Monica (SMDP)...Driver Crashes Into Elementary School In Anaheim (KTLA)
    • Panorama City Hotel Could Become Permanent Supportive Housing (Urbanize)
    • San Diego Rail Expansion Threatened By Anti-Tax Republicans (LAT)
    • California Studying Potential Wildlife Freeway Crossings In Newhall Ranch Area (Urbanize) includes crossings where Metro and Caltrans are currently spending $679M widening the 5 Freeway

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