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8:49 AM PDT on August 15, 2023

Metro Rail-to-Rail walk/bike path construction – via Metro Instagram

  • LAT Editorial: End Minor Law Enforcement Traffic Stops
  • Metro Rethinking Potential LB Homeless Services Hub (LB Post)
  • Latest On South L.A. Rail-To-Rail Path Construction (Metro, @numble)
  • Santa Monica Big Blue Bus Service Changes In Effect (SM Next)
  • Santa Monica Celebrates First of Three 2023 Open Main Street Weekends (SMDP)
  • Can Record Ridership For Concerts Save Metro? (Daily News)
  • Carnage: Driver Kills Cyclist In North County's Quartz Hill Area (KTLA)
    • One Person Killed In Santa Ana Car Crash (KTLA)
    • South L.A. Hit-and-Run Driver Severely Injures Person on Pocket Bike (KTLA)
    • Santa Clarita Crash Sends Two To Hospital (SC Signal)
    • Motorcyclst Injured In Valencia Truck Crash (SC Signal)
  • Mike Bonin What's Next L.A. Podcast Talks About City Attorney Hydee Feldstein Soto
  • July Was Earth's Hottest Month On Record (LAT)
    • CA Needs To Do More To Fight Global Warming (LAT)

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