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    • Some of the Coverage of L.A.'s First Buffered Green Bike Lane (The Source, Curbed, LAT)
    • Don't Forget About 1st Street Green Lane in Boyle Heights (LADOT Bike Blog/Flickr)
    • South El Monte Up Next for the Green Bike Lane Treatment? (WSGV Bike Coalition)
    • Gold Line Construction Authority Getting Slammed for Extravagant Expenditures (CBS2)
    • Gold Line Responds with New Transparency Rules (Scribd)
    • KCET Editorial: Downtown Streetcar Isn't Transit
    • Robbers in Lankershim Using Subway as Get Away Car (Daily News)
    • CAHSRA: Effect of Federal Funding Cuts Will Be Minimal (SF Examiner)
    • Torrance Ready to Adopt South Bay Bike Plan (Daily Breeze)
    • Taxpayer Group: Transpo. Bill in House Doesn't Make Sense (DC Streetsblog)
    • Want to Reduce Air Pollution?  Try to Become the Most Bike Friendly City in the World (Al Jazeera)
    • Streetfilms Talks to Alta Planning's Mia Birk

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