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More SBLA coverage of Arroyo Fest coming this morning. Photo by Joe Linton/Streetsblog

  • Arroyo Fest Participants Loved the Event, Want More (LAT)
  • What Mayor's Marina Freeway Reversal Means (LAT)
  • Pasadena Looks To Approve Contract For 710 Stub Report (Pasadena Now)
  • Pasadena Looks To Approve Items Regarding Caltrans 710 Housing (Pasadena Now)
  • CA Awards $190M For Transit, Including Metro Electric Buses (KTLA)
  • Santa Clara Transit Strike Enters Third Week (Daily News)
  • Councilmember Soto-Martinez Looks To Restrict Robo-Taxis (Daily News)
  • Finish the Ride Brings People Together For Road Safety (SC Signal)
  • Carnage: Driver Kills Cyclist Near LAX (2UrbanGirls)
    • Fatal Wrong Way Crash On 405 In SFV (KTLA)
    • Five People Injured In 3-Vehicle Crash In South L.A. (2UrbanGirls)
    • Driver Kills Pedestrian On 101 Freeway In Hollywood (KTLA)
    • Boyle Heights DUI Crash Severs Drivers Leg (KABC)
    • Driver Crashes Into DTLA Gym (2UrbanGirls)
  • Six Story Apartment Complex Unwrapped By USC (Urbanize)
  • L.A. Taking Steps To Decriminalizing Vending At Walk Of Fame (LAist)

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