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    • Now LADOT Says Sharrows in September, Not June,...Honestly, Do We Still Believe Them? (LAist)
    • Will Cutting Carbon Kill Jobs? (LAT)
    • East L.A. Tourism Campaign Highlights New Light Rails (LA Business Journal)
    • How to Quiet Train Stops in the Middle of a Freeway (Neon Tommy)
    • Legally, You Can Park for Free at Broken Meter in L.A....But LADOT Might Ticket You Anyway (LAT)
    • Angel's Flight Gets PUC Safety O.K. (LAT)
    • Dear Mr. President: Funding for New Transit Projects Welcome, But Don't Forget the Old Ones (MTR)
    • Police in Claremont Break Up the "Naked Bike Ride" (Pomona Student Life)
    • Gas Prices Rise Throughout California (KCBS) (BCN via Appeal)

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