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Mayor Bass announcing Metro policing surge yesterday

  • Mayor Bass Orders Police Surge On Metro (LAT, LAist, Daily News, CBS)
    • Critics Term Transit Police Surge More Of Same Failed Solution (LAT)
    • Watch Full Bass Announcement Event (Metro Facebook)
    • Supervisor Horvath Motion Examining Costs and Results Of Metro Policing (SM Next)
  • Metro Bus Rider Fatally Shot In Commerce (LAT, KTLA, ABC7, CBS)
  • Caltrans Fixing/Selling El Sereno 710 Freeway Homes (LAist)
  • Beverly Press Checks In On Wilshire Subway Construction
  • Santa Monica Mountains Park Agency Makes Money Off Stop Sign Cameras (LAT)
  • Caltrans Lincoln Blvd Widening Would Include Bike/Walk Features (Urbanize)
  • Sentinel Reviews Destination Crenshaw Genesis and Progress
  • Carnage: Wrong Way 405 Freeway Crash Driver Arrested Near Westwood (LAT, Daily News, KTLA, ABC7)
    • DA Charges Manslaughter In February LB Crash (Watchdog)
    • Waymo Car In Westside Freeway Crash (ABC7)
    • Driver Crashes Into Burbank Home, Neighbors Urge Intersection Fix (NBC4)
    • Driver Crashes Into Building In Vernon (ABC7)
    • Drivers Repeatedly Crash Into LB Store (Watchdog)
  • SaMo Approves Pro-Bike Motions, Including Anti-Harassment (SM Next, Biking in L.A.)
  • Santa Clarita Hosts Bike-to-Work Challenge (SC Signal)
  • Pasadena Public Art Bike Ride Is Tomorrow (Pasadena Now)
  • Tomorrow, SAFE Is Hosting Community Symposium On Ending Street Racing
  • CA High-Speed Rail Planning L.A. To Anaheim Section (LAT)

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