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    • Look Kids, It's Ray LaHood! (The Source)
    • Gas Prices Hover Near Record Highs (LAT)
    • Metro Reponds to Bev. Hills: Our Analysis Was By the Books (The Source)
    • On Eve of Women in Bikes Launch, ZevWeb Profiles Some Female Bike Leaders
    • LADOT Paints the Spring Street Green Lane, Third Times the Charm? (Brigham Yen, Blog Downtown)
    • City Council Passes 400k Plan for City Hall Landscaping (Curbed w/renderings, Daily News)
    • Pomona Law Maker Wants Gold Line to Run to Claremont (LAT)
    • San Francisco Bike Count: Up 61% Since 2006 (SF Streetsblog)
    • Streetsblog Founder Mark Gorton Takes Livability Lessons to New Delhi (Times of India)
    • In Bid to Increase Safety, Paris to Allow Bikes to Run Reds (Daily Mail)

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