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    • Red Light Camera Program (Barely) Wins OK from Police Commission, on to City Council (Daily News)
    • Santa Monica Blvd. in East Hollywood Ready for a Makeover (Curbed)
    • Bike Path on Gerald Desmond Bridge to Be Named for Mark Bixby (CC Times)
    • Protected Bike Lanes Are Better Bike Lanes (Bikeside)
    • Metro Working on Lifting Bike Rush Hour Ban (LADOT Bike Blog)
    • Downtown Marriotts Are Going to Get a Lot of Parking (Curbed)
    • Changes Coming to Metrolink (Riding in Riverside)
    • LASB Taking Place in Cal. Endowment Mini Fellowship (Reporting on Health)
    • Helpful Tip for Avoiding Bike Crackdown: Win an Academy Award (NY Post)

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