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    • Fear-Mongering: Privatize Garages or Lose Cops (LAT)
    • Metro Gets Go-Ahead to Engineer Regional Connector, Westside Subway (The Source)
    • Metrolink Planning "Express" Service (KCET)
    • CicLAvia Plans for 2011, At Least Three Events (LA_Now)
    • LADOT Bike Blog Writes a Defense of Road Diets
    • Perhaps the People of Playa Del Rey Could Benefit from a Lesson (Argonaut)
    • West Covina Businesses Sacrificed on the Alter of Highway Expansion (Pasadena Star-News)
    • Long Beach Ports Turn 100... (Everything Long Beach)
    • ...But Still Struggles with Clean Truck Rules (Neon Tommy)
    • Guardian UK Columnist: There is No ‘War Against Drivers’
    • California’s Three Amtrak Lines are Seeing Major Ridership Gains (SF Gate)

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