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8:24 AM PDT on April 28, 2011

    • Times: Don't Let Ridley-Thomas Grade Separation Sink Other Projects
    • Goodmon: Crenshaw Subway Would Protect Black-Owned Business (Wave)
    • Worst Headline of the Week: Metrolink Trains Fast, But Watch Out (NBC4)
    • Gold Line Ridership Up, Maybe It's the Pizza (Pasadena Star-News, LAist)
    • Legislation to Get Rid of Air Resources Board Fails in Assembly (Sac Bee)
    • Bill to Give So.Pas. Veto Over 710 Projects Moves Past Committee (Cal. Streets)
    • Separated Bike Lanes: Long Beach Goes Long (Flying Pigeon)
    • Hit and Run Driver Found Guilty of Second Degree Murder in Killing of Cyclist (Biking In L.A.)
    • Gas Prices Are Up (Daily News)
    • Bike Maintenance: It’s A Good Thing (Martha Stewart)

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