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    • County Takes Steps to Reduce Obesity, Increase Exercise Through Better Planning (LAT)
    • The Source Celebrates Passage of "Construction Careers Program"
    • The Times Editorial Board Likes the Jobs Program Idea Too
    • Some Other Stuff Happened at the Board Meeting Too (The Source)
    • A Look at LA's ATSACR Traffic Lights Program (Forbes)
    • Streetfilms Flashback 2009: Behind the Scenes of LA's Traffic Control
    • Air Resource Board Wants to Triple Amount of "Green" Cars on Road (Daily News)
    • University of Iowa Report: Bikes Bring $365 Million in Economic Activity to Iowa (Cap. Hill Streetsblog)
    • What’s the Best Way To Get People On to Mass Transit? Make it pleasant? Or make it efficient? (Slate)
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