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    • South Bay Cyclists Want More Hermosa Beach DOT's (Contra Costa Times
    • The Walkability Potential of the Communities Around LAX (Westside Today)
    • Recap of Last Week's Assembly Transpo. Meeting in Metro HQ (The Source)
    • Senate Version of Wall Street Transpo. Tax Coming This Week (DC Streetsblog
    • It's All About Clean Cars at Auto Show (SFV Business Journal)
    • Outside Groups Shatter Spending Records for CD2 Special Election (Times, Daily News)
    • There's Hope for State DOTs: Texas Adopts a Street Design Manual for Walkable Urbanism (Citiwire)
    • DIY Streets: London Neighbors Tame Traffic on Their Own (Guardian via How We Drive)

(editor's note: I awoke this morning to 333 pieces of spam in the folder.  I didn't read all of them.  Sorry if one of your comments got lost.)

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