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7:33 AM PDT on July 7, 2008

    • Long Beach Aims to be Nation's Most Bike-Friendly City (CBS2)
    • Metrolink Rider Surge is Causing Parking Problems (Times
    • Support the Sales Tax Measure for Our Children (City Watch)
    • "Sprinter" Rail Service Backs Off of Bike Restrictions (Union-Tribune)
    • Crash on the I-10 Kills 4, Closes Freeway for 10 Minutes (Times
    • SUV-Loving Americans React to the $100 Fill-Up (NYT)
    • $4/Gal Gas May Stump McCain's White House Run (Campaign Stops/NYT)

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