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Pasadena leaders cut ribbon on Union Street protected bikeway – photos by Joe Linton/Streetsblog

  • Pasadena Opens New Union Street Protected Bikeway (Pasadena Now, SBLA Twitter)
    • South Pasadena Cyclists Celebrate Pasadena Facility (Colorado Blvd)
  • Metro Added Back Subway Service (Daily News, LAist)
  • Council To Receive Update On Proposed Future Of 710 Stub (Pasadena Now)
    • Tonight Council To Vote On Planning Contract For 710 Stub (Pasadena Now)
  • Santa Monica Council To Consider E-Scooter and Taxi Issues (SMDP)
  • Altadena Pop-Up Trials Traffic Safety Solutions (Pasadena Now)
  • Police Arrest Metro Stabbing Suspect (LAT, KTLA)
  • Carnage: Monrovia Driver Crashes, Killing Child (SGVTrib)
    • Pacoima Driver Crashes Into Ambulance, Injuring Four (LAT)
    • Two Transported to Hospital From Newhall Crash (SC Signal)
    • Corona Driver Accused Of Manslaughter In Deadly Indicident (SGVTrib)
  • 8-Story 85-Apartment Mixed-Use Rising By Vermont/Santa Monica Station (Urbanize)
  • More On Proposed Atwater L.A. River Bike Path "Mulch Wall" (LAist)
  • Urbanize Looks In Metro's Proposed Digital Billboards
  • Las Vegas Residents Push Back on Freeway Expansion (Planetizen)

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