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    • L.A. Might Replace Some Peak-Hour No Parking Lanes With Bus, Bike Lanes (KTLA)
    • Santa Clarita Hosts May 19 Bike To Work Challenge (SC Signal)
    • Take Metro Survey On Redondo Beach Blvd (Bad Mom, Good Mom)
    • Rick Cole Running For Pasadena City Council (Pasadena Now)
    • Metro Introduces New Equity Information Hub (The Source)
    • Pico Rivera Advances Anti-Street-Racing Law (Whittier Daily News)
    • Park Under 6th Street Viaduct Construction To Start This Summer (KTLA)
    • L.A. Might Install Speed Bumps At Schools (KTLA)
    • D.J. Waldie On Walking So. Cal. (The Source)
    • City Council Approves Builders Remedy Settlement (SaMo Next)
    • Daily News Opinion: L.A. Should Allow Outdoor Dining Without Exorbitant Fees
    • Why Is California Air So Bad? (LAT)
    • Metro C Green Service To Be Disrupted Friday-Tomorrow For Sheriff Drill (The Source)

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