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A few more and better speed signs – and “Authorities also said that if drivers would just abide by the posted speed limits, the area would be much safer.” ought to fix PCH, no? Screenshot via KTLA

  • L.A. Surpasses 300 Annual Traffic Deaths, Second Year In Row (XTown)
  • Why Is Mayor Bass Taking Credit For Bus Shelters She Delayed? (Public Press)
  • Caltrans Announces Weak Safety Improvements For PCH (KTLA)
  • Metro And L.A. Working To Address Homelessness At Stations/Stops (NBC4)
  • Metro Offers Fareless Transit on Christmas and New Year's Days/Eves (KTLA)
  • Redondo Beach Opens Its Part Of Half-Canceled Bikeway (Daily Breeze)
  • Long Beach Study: Low-Income, Youth, POC See More Traffic Violence (LB Post)
  • Where L.A. Sees Most Car Thefts: South L.A., DTLA (LAT)
  • Carnage: PCH Has A History Of Deadly Crashes (Daily News)
    • PD Seeks Arlington Heights Hit-and-Run Driver Who Killed Pedestrian (KTLA)
    • No Injuries In Solo Turnover Crash In Stevenson Ranch (SC Signal)
  • County Reviewing Large-Scale General Hospital Redevelopment (Urbanize)
  • Nogales Park Opens In Park-Poor Unincorporated Community Of Walnut Park (Urbanize)
  • Port Of L.B. Receives $283M For On-Dock Rail Project (LB Post)
  • Off-Road Tesla Cybertruck Driver Got Stuck In CA Forest; Trolling Ensued (LAT)
  • Rose Parade Route Restaurants Temporarily Pause Outdoor Dining (Pasadena Now)

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