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  • May 31 2023 Headlines
  • Metro A Line Planned Repair Closure Detour Strands Hundreds Of Riders Packed On Platform (Facebook)...Metro Responds, Adding Temporary Bus Bridge (Metro Twitter)...emergency repairs unavoidable, but wasn't "New Blue" supposed to make A Line really reliable?
  • NYT Interviews The Entitled Cyclist
  • Congestion Pricing Works (LAT)...KTLA Questions, Raspberries "Fees On Freeways"
  • County Running Antelope Valley To Santa Monica Summer Beach Bus (AV Times)
  • WeHoVille Letter Writer Angry He Wasn't Consulted For 2 New Parking Meters
  • Carnage: Driver Crashes Into Studio City Restaurant (Rafu Shimpo)
  • Caltrans Resurfacing Rosemead Blvd (SGV Tribune)
  • Pico Rivera Transit Wins Excellence In Marketing Award (Los Cerritos News)
  • City Still Moving Forward With Crappy Single-Sidewalk Glendale-Hyperion Bridge (Eastsider)
  • 8-Story 251-Unit Mixed Use Greenlit In Ktown (Urbanize)
  • How To End Segregation's Harms (Capital & Main)

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