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    • Metrolink Safety Report: Board Needs to Know More About Metrolink (LA Now)
    • Metro Seems Unprepared for Long Range Plan Criticism (Metblogs)
    • Four Year Battle Against Home Depot Succeeds in Sunland (Daily News, LAist)
    • Congestion Pricing: Great for Drivers (Freakonomics)
    • CICLE Launches Program in Bike Maintenance/Management (Bike Radar)
    • Congressman Eric Massa Enters the Annals of Absurd Future-Car Stunts (Wheels)
    • Building a Culture of Bus Riding (Santa Rosa City Bus via Streetsblog.net)
    • 2008 a Boom Year for Passenger Rail (Starts and Fits)
    • Metro Transit Monitors Already Breaking Down (Bus Bench)

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