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9:49 AM PDT on June 28, 2023

Metro station poster not quite announcing fare capping. Photo by Joe Linton/Streetsblog

  • Imelda Padilla Takes Early Lead In City Council District 6 Race (LAT)
  • Metro Fare Capping Part Of Broader Push For Equitable Fares (Governing)
  • Whittier Looks To Remove Parking To Add Capacity To Whittier Blvd (Whittier Daily News)
  • Representative Cardenas And Metro CEO Wiggins Tour East SFV Rail Site (Daily News)
  • Planning For New Metrolink Stations In Boyle Heights and Pico Rivera (SGV Tribune)
  • West Hollywood Keeps E-Scooters, Adds Speed Limits (WeHoVille)
  • ArroyoFest To Open 110 Freeway (LA Taco)
  • Carnage: Fashion Designer Spanto Dies From Car Crash (Distractify, Fox11)
  • UCLA Researcher Finds Benefits Of Pandemic Outdoor Dining (UCLA Luskin)
  • LongBeachIze Loves LB's Queer District Proposal

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