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Roadside memorial for Hermes Umana, a Los Angeles pedestrian killed in a car crash in March 2024. Photo by Joe Linton/Streetsblog

  • "So Much Death" Cities Failing To Make Streets Safe (LAist)
  • Metro Postpones Decision On South Bay C Line Extension (Easy Reader)
  • Pasadena Is Almost A 15-Minute Bike/Walk City (Pasadena Complete Sts)
  • Culver City Approves Overland and Fox Hills Bikeways (CC Crossroads, CC Observer)
  • Carnage: Two People Killed In Culver City Area 405 Freeway Crash (KTLA, ABC7)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Pedestrian In Boyle Heights (BH Beat)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Pedestrian On 101 Freeway In DTLA (KTLA)
    • Saugus 4-Car Crash Sends One Person To Hospital (SC Signal)
    • LAPD Seeking Hollywood Hit-and-Run Driver Who Injured Pedestrian (Beverly Press)
    • GoFundMe Created For 5 Freeway DUI Crash Victim's Family (SC Signal)
  • Upgrades Make Larchmont Paid Parking Easier (Larchmont Buzz)
  • North Glendale Residents Against Multifamily Housing Zoning (Crescenta Valley Weekly)

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