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9:26 AM PDT on May 19, 2023

    • LAT Opinion: L.A. Should Do Congestion Pricing
    • LADOT Unveils Small Bus Stop Shade/Light "La Sombrita" (@sahrasulaiman Twitter)
    • Committee Plans Re-Do Of Pasadena 710 Freeway Stub (SGV Tribune, Pasadena Now)
    • Metro Looks To Make Express Lanes Pay-As-You-Go Permanent (LB Post)
    • Sheriff Orders Deputies To Show Gang Tatoos (LAT)...East L.A. Sheriff Deputies Deface Poster Of Inspector (LAT)
    • Redondo Beach Plans New Bike Path (Daily Breeze)
    • Long Beach Beach Streets Is Tomorrow (LB Post)
    • Long Beach Opens Wrigley Greenbelt Along L.A. River (LB Post)
    • Carnage: Motorcyclist Dies In Torrance Crash (Daily Breeze)...Actress Arrested After Suspected DUI Crash In Pasadena (Daily Breeze, Fox11)...Driver Convicted In LB Crash That Killed Woman And Dogs (Daily Breeze)
    • 77-Apartment Supportive Housing Nearly Done In Boyle Heights (Urbanize)
    • 42-Unit Affordable Housing Complex Opens In Inglewood (Wave)
    • 57-Unit Permanent Supportive Housing Planned In Bell (Urbanize)
    • Porter Ranch 118 Freeway Sinkhole Fixed (Daily News)
    • Governor Newsom Looks To Speed CA Infrastructure Projects, Including Transportation (LAT)...Metro: let's widen lots of freeways!

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