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    • Preview Of Today's 10 a.m. Metro Board Meeting (The Source)...includes vote on nearly $300M for 57/60 Freeway widening
    • Rider With Feet On Metro Seat Settles Lawsuit Against LAPD (2UrbanGirls)
    • Carnage: Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Pedestrian In Lancaster (AV Times)...L.A. Sanitation Truck Driver Hits, Kills Pedestrian In Sherman Oaks (Daily News, 2UrbanGirls)...Driver Kills Three People Crashing Into Church In Placentia (KTLA)
    • Metro, Metrolink Offer Free Rides Feb 4 For Transit Equity Day (The Source)
    • Pasadena Committee Approves 2040 Bus Electrification (Pasadena Now)
    • L.A. Council Adds Some Renter Protections To South L.A. Zoning Plan (2UrbanGirls)
    • Hillside Villa Tenants Face Eviction As City Tries To Buy Building (Capital & Main)
    • 6-Story 60-Unit Permanent Supportive Housing Opens In Hollywood (Urbanize)
    • LB Approves $61M For Two Affordable Housing Projects (Urbanize)
    • City of Artesia Plans New Mixed-Use Zone Along Pioneer Boulevard (Urbanize)
    • OC Climate Plans Are Decades Behind (LAist)
    • Mexico City Subway Woes Reflect On Mayor (LAT, Guardian)

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