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Metro’s new Grand Avenue Arts/Bunker Hill Station – photos by Joe Linton/Streetsblog

  • Metro Regional Connector Subway Turns One (The Source)
    • Riders on foot and on bike still waiting as "Metro will continue to work with the LADOT and other City departments to identify opportunities for further FLM [first/last mile] and mobility enhancements in the station areas"
  • Metro Announces July Meetings For 605/5/10/60/105 Freeway Widening (SBLA Twitter)
  • Bystander Wounded By Gunshot In Fight Onboard Foothill Transit Bus (KTLA)
  • Can A New Skid Row Plan Center Residents? (Public Press)
  • TikTok Celebrity: You Don't Need A Car In L.A. (Newsweek)
  • 21 Miles In Malibu PCH Danger Documentary Wins Award (Malibu Times)
  • Carnage: Motorcyclist Killed In Thousand Oaks Crash (KTLA)
    • Driver Crashes Into, Kills Horse In Santa Clarita (KTLA)
  • Manhattan Beach Electric Car Maker Fisker Files For Bankruptcy (LAT)
  • Large Wildfire Continues To Burn Near Gorman (KCBS)

Streetsblog L.A. will be off tomorrow for the Juneteenth holiday, returning Thursday.

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