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6:28 AM PDT on May 10, 2010

    • Metro Defends the July 1 Fare Hikes (The Source)
    • LAPD Inconsistent in Acting on Beck's Cycling Mandates (City Watch)
    • Scooped by Streetsblog, then the Daily News, Times Notices City Changing Sidewalk Repair Policy
    • Nice Article on James Rojas' "Design-Based Learning" (Dr. Pop)
    • Downtown News Loves the 101 Cap Park Too
    • High Rises Coming Adjacent to Gold Line in Arcadia (Curbed)
    • Sylmar Community Fights Truck Driving Academy (Daily News)
    • South Bay Bicycle Coalition Off to Strong Start (Daily Breeze)
    • LADOT "Parking Enforcement" Still Using Their Cars for Personal Trips (Discarted)
    • Santa Monica Postpones Hike Decision for BBB (Daily Press)
    • Child Hit by SUV While Crossing the Street on the Eastside (CBS2)
    • Cul-de-Sacs Totally Fail to Deliver Purported Benefits (Infrastructurist)
    • Why Car Companies Feel OK Portraying Teen Drivers as Dangerous, But Not Seniors (538)

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