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    • Times Editorial Mocks Westside Opposition to Expo
    • Ridley Thomas Wants Review of MTA's Legal Spending, Stunned at Cost of Red Line Case (Times)
    • Metro: Do As We Say, Not As We Do (Bus Bench)
    • Fines for Running a Red Light on Camera Rise 65% (LA Now)
    • Two Weeks Later, Times Writes on Success of Zip Car Pilot Program
    • No More Free Parking for Foothill Transit Riders (SGV Tribune)
    • Friend-of-the-Blog James Rojas Needs Our Help to Expand His Interactive Workshops (The Source)
    • Transit Riders Put Heat on Newsom Through SF Bike Coalition, Twitter (SF Streetsblog)
    • Bike Tourism Helps Pump $1.5 Billion into Wisconsin Economy (Bike Portland)
    • Geneva City Council Votes to Make 200 Blocks Car-Free (Cool Town Studios)

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