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    • Times Gives Wet Kiss to Turnstiles, Is Completely Unable to Find Anyone in Opposition
    • Santa Monica Does Speed Surveys to, and Lowers Limit at 14 Locations (Daily Press)
    • Cyclists Write to LADOT Concerning Reseda Bike Lane (Green LA Transportation Working Group)
    • Bay Area Transit Strike Averted (Times)
    • Case for a Wilshire/Crenshaw Station (MetroRider)
    • Metro Installs Red Light Cameras Near 14 Eastside Gold Line Stations (LAist)
    • Pop Mechanics Gets Into Livable Streets and Green Transpo -- Let's Just Stick to the 'Current Fixes'
    • DC's Cedar Street Gets a Contraflow Bike Lane (Wash Cycle via

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