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L.A. City Councilmember Marqueece Harris-Dawson addressing an August 2017 Affordable Housing Linkage Fee rally. Photo by Joe Linton/Streetsblog L.A.

  • Marqueece Harris-Dawson Is New L.A. City Council President (LAT, LAist, Daily News)
  • Why Is It So Hard For L.A. To Add Bus Shelters? (Public Press)
  • Michael Schneider: Why Is CA Robbing Active Transpo While Expanding Freeways? (LAT)
  • Pasadena Scopes Plan For 710 Stub Removal (Pasadena Now)
  • Metro Updates San Fernando On Future Light Rail (SFV Sun)
  • Two Weekend Metro Injury Incidents: Bus Stop Stabbing, Bus Operator Fight ("Rolling LAT)
    • Metro Buses Are "Deadly... Rolling Shelters," "People Are Scared" (LAT)
  • More On Metro Riders Tapping Out At NoHo (LAist, KTLA, Pasadena Now)
  • Van Nuys Civic Center Parking Could Be Developed (Urbanize)
  • Carnage: Speeding Vermont Square Driver Jumps Curb, Kills Pedestrian (KTLA, KABC)
    • Two Killed In Wilmington Car Crash (Daily Breeze)
    • Pomona Driver Kills One Pedestrian, Severely Injures Another (KABC)
    • Driver Killed In 405 Freeway Crash In Los Alamitos (LB Post)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Pedestrian In Santa Ana (KTLA)
    • LAPD Seeks Help In Identifying Sylmar Hit-and-Run Driver (SFV Sun)
    • Burbank Police Investigating Fatal May 18 Crash On Vanowen (Leader)
  • Torched Looks Into Public Toilets
  • CHP Makes Over A Thousand DUI Arrests Over Memorial Day Weekend (KTLA)

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