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    • Long Beach Celebrates Beach Streets (LongBeachIze, LB Post)
    • More On LADOT Sombrita Shade/Light Pilot (Spectrum News, Vice, Univision)
    • More On Angelino Heights Anti-Street Racing Redesign (Spectrum News)
    • Long Beach Opens New Port Bridge Bike/Walk Path (Biking in L.A.)
    • Culver City Reopens Retrofitted Higuera Bridge, With New Bike Ramp (CC Crossroads)
    • Pasadena Transit Ridership Edges Toward Prepandemic Level (Pasadena Now)
    • Carnage: High Speed Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Two People In South L.A. (LAT)...One Person Killed In Multi-Vehicle Crash On 405 In West L.A. (LAT, KTLA)...Motorcyclist Killed In Torrance Crash (Daily Breeze)...Driver Kills Pedestrian In Rialto (KTLA)...Person Killed In Angeles Forest Crash Near Azusa (SGV Tribune)...Vigil Held For Compton Man Killed in Street Racing Crash (KTLA)
    • What L.A. Could Look Like Without Freeways (LAT)
    • Release Of Racing Movie Prompts Warnings Against Illegal Street Racing (LAT)

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