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    • Suddenly, Everyone Loves the "30 in 10" Plan (LAT)
    • AMTRAK Will Take Over Metrolink Operations (The Source, Metrolink)
    • CBS Sitcom Builds the Westside Subway for Us (The Source)
    • Is There a Real Market for GM's Dressed-Up Segways? (Forbes)
    • Look Out San Diego: TAP Cards Coming Your Way? (Press Release)
    • Review of Last Friday's Critical Mass (Engaged Observer)
    • Recreational Cyclist Claims Bikes Cause More Pollution Than Cars (Before Its News via Biking In L.A.)
    • And What About Cycling's Scary Impact on Freight Movement (Cyclelicious)
    • Placard Reform 2.0? Mexico City's Monthly Bike Commutes for Govt Employees (CSM via @Spokesnyt)

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