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    • NRDC: Are We Serious About Reducing Congestion, Or Just Serious About Building Highways?
    • NPR: Warning, Public Almost Always Snookered in Stadium Deals
    • Praise for Metrolinkg CEO John Fenton (LAT)
    • Class War Canceled, Majority of Rodeo Drive Merchants Back Subway (LAT via Curbed)
    • City Ready to Break Ground on Spring Street Park (Downtown News)
    • Federal Budget Crisis Gives Brown a "Way Out"of High Speed Rail Debate (SacBee)
    • Molina, Ridley-Thomas, Pushing for Major Re-Shuffle of Supervisors Board Districts (LAT)
    • "If you think there’s been a lot of cycling fatalities this year, you’re right." (Biking In L.A.)
    • CNT Busts "Drive Until You Qualify" Myth (Streetsblog Cap. Hill)
    • NY's Summer Streets Draws Big Crowds For First Weekend (CBS)
    • Don't Worry About the Imminent Collapse of the Global Economy: Gas Prices Fell This Week (Daily News)

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