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Note to USC: The answer to this problem isn't having less bikes.
Note to USC: The answer to this problem isn't having less bikes.
    • Continuing Its Tradition of Blaming Bikes, USC Bans Bikes from Campus (LADOT Bike Blog)
    • City's Pedestrian Advisory Committee Is Understaffed and Has Many Open Seats (LAist)
    • Jerry Brown Pledges  “Robust Investment” in Transportation Infrastructure (Coco Times)
    • LA Weekly Breaks Down the Westside Subway Debate on City Watch
    • Final Approval for Santa Monica High Tech Development Excludes Controversial Bike Path (Gary Rides Bikes)
    • Pols Fighting to Get the Gold Line Eastside Extension Phase II in Their Neighborhoods (Curbed)
    • China and Metro Getting Together to Figure Out Traffic Woes (The Source)
    • Revised Walk Score Gives Bleak Ratings to Blue Line (Metro Rider)
    • Why Doctors Are Supporting Sustainable Communities (Cap. Weekly)
    • More Drivers Texting Than Ever (LA_Now)
    • My Former Office Writes a Guest Post for the BRU on Federal Policy (BRU Blog)

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