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    • Most Metro Riders Willing to Pay More for Better Service (The Source)
    • A Review of Last Week's Metro Bike Roundtable (Biking In L.A.)
    • Europe Dismantled Its Cities Through WWII, America Through Our Parking Policies (Overhead Wire)
    • Villaraigosa Axes Two Divisions, Including Environmental Advisory (Daily News)
    • Metro Down to Two Options for Extending Gold Line Farther East (LAist)
    • Parks Department Should Look Before it Cuts (Times
    • Car-Free Commuting: See How Big American Cities Stack Up (Infrastructurist)
    • California Cities Consider Charging Drivers for Crash Cleanup (CBS5)
    • Man Arrested for Kidnapping Girl on MTA Bus (LA Now)
    • Portugal Bike Path Displays the Work of the Country's Famed Poet, Fernando Pessoa (Copenhagenize)

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