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    • Forget Highway Expansion, Congestion Pricing Is the Answer to SOCAL Traffic (All Things Considered)
    • Comparing L.A. to Seattle, Our Bike Infrastructure Measures Up (Urban Adonia)
    • Group of Bev. Hills Merchants Meet at Spago to Plot Fight Against "Golden Triangle" Subway Stop (Curbed)
    • Meanwhile the City Council Will Throw Another $350,000 at Fighting Constellation Station (Patch)
    • Box: Rosendahl the Brown Act Crusader Should Open Up LADOT Grant Committees (City Watch)
    • L.A. Finishes Conversion to LED Traffic Lights (BH Courier)
    • Mobility 21 Announces Lineup for September Conference (Business Wire)
    • Quick Update on a Couple of Bike Crash Trials (Biking In L.A.)
    • The Streak Ends, Gas Prices Trickle Up (Daily News)

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