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    • LA considers giving transit riders priority at LAX security lines (Smart Cities Dive)
    • The Inland Empire's solution to danger, annoyance of drivers checking out neighborhood holiday display: ban pedestrians (Daily Bulletin)
    • South Pasadena seeks members for two new commissions: Mobility and Public Works (Patch)
    • Uber and Lyft create traffic, congestion; why do cities let them? (LA Times)
      • L.A., at least, is fighting back (CityLab)
    • State bill would make Highway 37 a toll road to pay for protection from sea level rise (Mercury News)
    • Train station in Carlsbad gets major upgrades (Patch)
    • County committee opposes creation of new authority to extend Gold Line to Ontario airport (Redlands Community News)
    • We need better transportation options, not more roads and lanes (Washington Post)
    • How I stole my bike back (Salon)

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