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    • Hit-Kill-Run Trend Spreads to Santa Ana (LA Now)
    • Bids for Road Projects Coming in Lower Than Expected (Press-Enterprise)
    • High Speed Rail Grabbing for a Big Piece of the Stimulus Pie (SacBee)
    • Ubrayj Speaks His Mind at City's Bike Advisory Committee (Brayj Against the Machine)
    • Study: Particulate Pollution Shortens Life in Urban Areas (BBC)
    • No More Buying TAP Cards on the Bus (Bus Bench)
    • Santa Monicans for Renter's Rights Write to Expo About Maintenance Yard (SMRR)
    • Chinese Cyclist Hit By Corpse Thrown from Speeding Car (UK Daily Record)
    • St. Louis Streets Way Too Wide to Walk Across (STL Urban Workshop via

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