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    • Higher Resolution BMP Maps Available (LA Bike Plan)
    • Locals Still Angry About Santa Monica's Award from League of American Cyclists (Metblogs)
    • Cyclists Need to Go DIY If they Want Better Infrastructure (SoapBoxLA)
    • Privatizing Roads and Infrastructure -- Was It Just a Fad? (NYT)
    • Chicago Could Have Gotten Bigger Payout on Its Parking Meter Deal With Morgan Stanley (HuffPo)
    • Teaching Kids to Hate the Bus: School Trips Will Get Longer (Times/LA Now)
    • Bus Bench Not Happy with Parking Enforcement
    • Huntington Beach Rejects Red Light Cameras (Times)
    • State DOT Disgrace: Engineers Say Widen Dangerous New Haven Road in Name of Safety (NH Indy)

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