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    • America, Where We Cross Our Fingers and Pray for Cheap Gas to Stimulate the Economy (NYT)
    • Meet the Rampture: 3 Month Closure of Wilshire Blvd. Ramps on 405 (Curbed)
    • WeHo Considers Car Parking for Bike Lane Swap (Patch)
    • City Officials, BHUSD Exchanging Words Over Legal Strategy (BH Courier)
    • Urban Rangers, Including Our Joe Linton, Quests for a "Natural L.A." (NPR)
    • LADOT Looking for Volunteers to Help Inventory Bike Racks (LADOT Bike Blog)
    • The Source interviews Metro CEO John Fenton
    • Sadik-Khan Previews Bike-Share — “a Convenient and Affordable Way to Get Across Town” — for Slate
    • If Ubrayj02 Owned a Car Dealership Instead of a Bike Shop...(Craigslist)

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