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9:29 AM PST on November 20, 2023

Closed no longer: the 10 Freeway in Boyle Heights last Saturday. Photo by Joe Linton/Streetsblog

  • 10 Freeway Closure: A Week After Fire, Repaired Freeway Reopened (LAT, LAist, Daily News,
    • Crews Still Working On Permanent 10 Repairs (KTLA)
    • Why Don't Non-Car Infrastructure Projects Get Same Urgency? (LAT)
    • Mayor Announces Grants For Businesses Impacted (LAist)
    • Authorities Release Photo Of Person Of Interest In 10 Arson (LAT)
  • World Day Of Traffic Victim Remembrance Commemorated (Biking in L.A., KTLA)
  • Fewer Parking Spaces For A Healthier Climate (LAist)
  • L.A. Sheriff Critical Of Metro In-Housing Policing Proposal (SGV Tribune)
  • Burbank Airport Drops Lawsuit Against CA High-Speed Rail (KTLA)
  • Electric Vehicle Chargers Slow In Coming To Underserved Areas (LAT)
  • Carnage: Westlake Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Two People (KTLA)
    • Driver Crashes Into WeHo Pet Hospital (WeHo Times)
  • 7-Story 157-Unit Affordable Housing Planned In South L.A. (Urbanize)
  • 7-Story Mixed-Use Planned Near NoHo Station (Urbanize)
  • Lucas Museum Building Taking Shape (Urbanize)
  • South Pasadena Hosts Transit Info Session For Seniors (So Pasadenan)
  • Robo-Car Company Cruise CEO Resigns (LAT)
  • Architects Create Imaginative Skinny Home On Difficult Silver Lake Lot (LAT)

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