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  • Inglewood Taxpayers To Pay Increased Share Of PeopleMover Costs (2UrbanGirls)
  • Streets4All Bikes With Ed Begley Jr
  • Metro Transit Ambassadors Vote Down Union (Daily News)
  • High-Speed Rail And Union Station's Future (LongBeachIze)
  • Regional Connector: What You Need To Know (LAT, LAist)
    • Photos vs. Rendering Of Grand Avenue Station (Urbanize)
  • Study: Nearly Half Of CA Homeless Are Seniors Priced Out (LAT)
  • Keenan Anderson's Family Files Wrongful Death Lawsuit Against LAPD (LAist)
  • 37 Percent Of L.A. Area Teens Are Overweight (LAist)
  • Carnage: Coroner IDs Pasadena DUI Driver Who Killed Self, Injured Four (Pasadena Now)
    • Driver Strikes, Kills Person In Upland (KTLA)
    • Driver Strikes, Kills Person In Valley Glen (Daily News)
    • Coroner IDs Person Killed In Burbank 5 Freeway Four-Car Crash (2UrbanGirls)
    • Driver Arrested In Fatal West LB Hit-and-Run (LB Post)
    • Car Theives Hit And Flee Leaving Youth Cyclist For Dead (Biking in L.A.)
    • Driver Strikes, Kills Black Bear On Highway 14 Near Soledad Canyon (LAT, Daily News, SC Signal, AV Times)
  • Railroad Industry Sues To Block Pollution Regulations (LB Post)
  • See Monterey Beauty From A Bicycle (LAT)
  • Pasadena 710 Stub Committee To Review Progress Underway (Pasadena Now)

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