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    • Conservative News Outlets Go After Lowenthal Parking Bill (Fox News, California Chronicle)
    • He Can't Catch a Break in His Local Paper, Either (Press-Telegram)
    • Some City Council Members Fighting for Jobs Despite  Dire Budget (Times)
    • Two Councilmen Pushing $30 Million, 2-Mile Bike Path Extension (Westside Bikeside)
    • What Time Do You Want Your CicLAvia (CicLAvia)
    • Metro Leaves Customers Stranded with No News When Red Line Breaks Down (Bus Bench)
    • Ridley=Thomas Calls for Audit of Metr's Cost Managemrnt Practices (The Source)
    • City Plans to Expand Red Light Program (Times)
    • Thursday: Final Meeting for Grand Avenue Linear Park (Blogdowntown)
    • Bloomberg: Success of Car-Free Broadway Not Just About Effects on Traffic (City Room, Post)
    • Drum Major Institute: Congestion Pricing the Only Way to Stave Off Transit Catastrophe (HuffPo)
    • Sure, Slime Molds Can Design Transit Networks, But Can They Fund Them? (Freakonomics)

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