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    • SF Planners Proud of Long List of Road Diets (SF Streetsblog)
    • Metrolink Workers Balk at AMTRAK Personality Tests (LAT)
    • Elysian Valley Bike Path: Almost There (LADOT Bike Blog)
    • Does the Marathon Give L.A. a Livable Streets Boost? (Jewish Journal)
    • Wall Street Swaps Haunting Transit Agencies (DC Streetsblog)
    • Heritage Group Wants to Stop Safety Improvements to Arroyo Seco Parkway (LAist, Eastsider)
    • And Here's to Stoke Your Jealousy with Portland's Bike Racks (Bike Portland)
    • SF Film Society Gives Props to Clarence and the Streetfilms Crew (SF360)
    • LaHood Recalls Dangerous Arterial Roadways (PPS)
    • Sam, It's Not Too Late.  Call Me (Straight.com)

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