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    • The Problem with High Speed Rail Is the Authority, Not the Rail Itself (LAT)
    • There's Some Serious Design Issues with the Expo Bikeway (Gary Rides Bikes)
    • New Bike Lanes on MLK and Expo (Eco-Village)
    • Angelenos Guzzle Less Gas Than People in Most American Cities (Forbes)
    • Quick Recap of Metro's Proposed Budget (LAT)
    • Rick Caruso Not a Fan of the Westside Subway (Daily Breeze)
    • Joe Linton Recaps the North Spring Street Bridge Controversy (Creek Freak)
    • The Source Responds To, and Expands On, Our Articles on Transponders
    • Burbank Planning Charge for Large Vehicles to Park on Their Street (Burbank Leader)
    • Wilshire/Western Had a Traffic Circle Named Rosy in the 1920's (Curbed)

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