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Metrolink bike cars on Sunday morning. Photo: Tiffany Kay

Featured Headline: Just in time for CicLAvia, Metrolink upgraded its bike car fleet from 2 cars to 10 cars.  KPCC reports that the new bike cars will hold "at least" 18 bikes.  Longtime reader Tiffany Kay rode Metrolink into Downtown Los Angeles from Buena Park Station in Orange County and she stopped counting the bikes in the car at 40.  Nice move, Metrolink...and see how CicLAvia is inspiring people well outside of L.A. city limits.  More pics from Kay after the jump.

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    • Orange Line Extension Is Boring, Actually Happening (Curbed)
    • How Metro/Transit Bills Fared in the Legislature (The Source)
    • Metro Makes a Nice CicLAvia Video Featuring Handsome Man in Cape (You Tube)
    • Gov. Vetoes Bill Aimed at Protecting Drivers From Red-Light Camera Errors (Mercury News)
    • More on the Tour De Fat Crash (Biking In L.A.)
    • Roski Retools City of Industry Stadium Proposal (LAT)
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    • Villaraigosa Donor Facing Charges for Skirting Campaign Finance Laws (LAT)
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