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Featured Headline: The LACBC released the results of their summer bike counts yesterday.  Some potential headlines: Biking up 32% Since 2009, or Only 5% of Cyclists Ride "Wrong Way" in Lane or Only One in Six Cyclists Are Women.  Read more at the LACBC Blog.

    • LAUSD Superintendent: We Should Sue State to Stop School Bus Stops (Daily Breeze)
    • Long Beach Council Mulling Position on Rail Yard in Wilmington (Press-Telegram)
    • Pasadena Moves to End Red Light Program (Star-News)
    • Bus Service Changes Begin Sunday (The Source)
    • Nice Try Metro, Our Fundraiser Went Great Anyway (The Source)
    • CA Air Board’s New Rules Aim to Boost Electric Cars (SacBee)
    • A High Speed Retreat from High Speed Rail (City Watch)
    • Slate‘s Requiem For High-Speed Rail
    • Whatever Happened to the Downtown People Mover? (The Atlantic Cities)
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