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    • New CEO, But Metrolink Punts on Fare Hike/Service Cut Proposal (The Source, Times)
    • Bike Coalition Has Preliminary Results of First Bike Counts (LACBC Blog)
    • Driver Slams Into Group of Pedestrians, Drags One For a Mile.  Don't Worry, It's Just an Accident (LA Now)
    • New Bus Service Makes Van Nuys More Accessible (Daily News)
    • Those New Bus Ways Are Part of Congestion Pricing Funds...(Transport Politic)
    • Philadelphia Takes Pilot Road Diet and Makes It Permanent (Inquirer)
    • Jim Dwyer: Bloomberg One of the "Worst Individual Polluters" Ever in Public Life
    • Tom Vanderbilt Considers the Past and Future of the American Drive-Thru (via

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