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    • Critical Mass Is Going to Be a Breeze (LAT)
    • Judge Slams Metro's Ethics in Red Line Contempt Case (LAT)
    • Remember When We All Used to Debate the Bike Plan?  Well, Get Ready, 'Cause Here it Comes... (LADOT Bike Blog)
    • Sharrows Placement a Turning Point for L.A. Cyclists (LACBC)
    • Bike Lanes Appear in South L.A. on San Pedro (Eco-Village)
    • Climate Change Legislation Almost as Dead as Gulf Wildlife (The Hill)
    • Top Enviro: To Kick Our Oil Habit, Rewrite Federal Transportation Law (Infrastructurist)
    • How Much Oil Is Wasted in the Hunt for Parking? (SF Streetsblog)
    • Yesterday was 'Dump the Pump Day.  Did You Find a Pump and Dump It? (The Source)
    • There's No Such Thing As a Rolling CicLAvia (CicLAvia)

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