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9:03 AM PDT on April 25, 2011

    • Wilshire BOL: More People Save More Hours Than Drivers Might Lose (The Source, Curbed)
    • Long Beach's Separated Bike Lanes Are Open for Business (Post, Press-Telegram)
    • Big City Population Boom Slows to a Trickle (LAT)
    • So. Pas. Wants Legislature To Give It Veto on 710 Project (Patch)
    • Janette Sadik-Khan Joins Oxy Board of Trustees (Press Release)
    • Los Angeles' Downtown on the Comeback (The Republic)
    • Two More Cyclists Killed in the Southland (Biking In L.A.)
    • Earth Day Was Last Week, Have We Outgrown It? (Daily News)
    • Obama Left.  We All Survived. (Daily News)
    • Illinois To Track Dooring Crashes (Chicago Tribune)

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