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    • Bike Racks Make the City More Fun (Flying Pigeon)
    • WaPo, CAHSR Blog Getting It on Over California High Speed Rail
    • LAT: Obama Taking Green Votes for Granted
    • Fury Over City Council "Gold Line" to Get Parking Tickets Fixed (LAT, Daily News, John and Ken)
    • Metro Looking at Rolling Passes, Not Just Cheaper Day Passes (Blog Downtown, The Source)
    • Alpern: Expo Could Have Been So Much Prettier... (City Watch)
    • Local Sculpture Pops Up in Silver Lake Traffic Island (Eastsider)
    • East Hollywood N.C. Embarks on Quest to Fix Route 66 (City Watch)
    • League of American Cyclists Ranks Major Cities and Ranks L.A. 2nd?
    • More Bike to Work Day Pics (The Source)
    • Tuscon Blogger Goes for a Ride in L.A. with Some of Our Friends (Tuscon Velo)
    • Somebody Finally Writes About the Taco Tuesday Ride (KCET)
    • Portland Completes Its First “Real” Cycletrack (Bike Portland)
    • Bowen Concedes, It's Hahn v Huey in the Fightin' 36th (LAT)

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