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9:32 AM PST on November 30, 2022

    • Uptick In L.A. County COVID Cases (KTLA)
    • The Source Recaps Metro's Planned December 11 Transit Service Restoration
    • City Council Approves $5M In Westside Bikeway Funding (Biking in L.A., Spectrum)
    • Rick Cole To Become Deputy L.A. City Controller (Pasadena Now)
    • L.A. Debates Plans To House People Living in RVs (SMDP)
    • Overnight Closures Of 5 Freeway In Santa Clarita Area (Daily News)
    • 5-Story Apartments Planned By Expo/Sepulveda Station (Urbanize)
    • 6-Story Apartments Planned Near Expo/USC Station (Urbanize)
    • 7-Story Affordable Housing To Break Ground In Westlake (Urbanize)
    • 8-Story Mixed-Use Coming Across From Wilshire/La Brea Station (Urbanize)
    • Whittier Could Add Housing To Whittwood Town Center (Whittier Daily News)
    • Carnage: Multi-Vehicle 405 Freeway Crash Sends Motorcyclist To Hospital (KTLA)...Santa Clarita Car Crash Sends Motorcyclist To Hospital (SC Signal)
    • Union Station Yellow Car Exhibit Showcases L.A. Transit History (Daily Breeze)

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