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9:40 AM PDT on May 1, 2023

    • LAT Questions McCourt and Metro's $300+M Stadium Gondola
    • Santa Monica Is Becoming Very Bike-Friendly (@LEJ YouTube)
    • Pasadena Transit Awarded $14M For Zero-Emission Buses (Pasadena Now)
    • AV Transit Awarded $4M For High Desert Connector Buses (AV Times)
    • Officers Fire Non-Lethal Rounds, Detain Man With Knife Near Union Station (Daily News, LAT)
    • Carnage: Santa Monica PCH Crash Kills One Person (SMDP)...Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Cyclist In Hawthorne (Biking in L.A., Daily Breeze)...Suspect Arrested In Fatal Irwindale Hit-and-Run (KTLA5)...One Person Killed In Hacienda Heights Car Crash (2UrbanGirls)...Driver Kills Cyclist Near Gorman (Biking in L.A., AV Times)...Driver Killed In Three-Car Crash In Lancaster (AV Times)...San Bernardino Driver Steals Car, Crashes Sending 7 To Hospital (LAT, KTLA5)...Oxnard Driver Crashes Killing Two People (KTLA5)...Valencia Driver Crashes Into Electrical Pole (SC Signal)
    • Mixed-Use USC Student Housing Planned For Part Of Felix Chevrolet Site (Urbanize)
    • More CA Pedestrians Are Being Killed By Drivers (KTLA5)

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