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    • Dakota Gets the Scoop on AEG Traffic EIR (Daily News)
    • Praise for the SCAG Plan (LAT, SF Gate, KOLO)
    • L.A. Weekly Gives the History of CicLAvia
    • LA. Getting Serious About Car Share (Curbed)
    • League of American Cyclists: USC A "Bike Friendly Campus" (Free Times)
    • Yucca Street the Next "Bicycle Friendly Street" (LADOT Bike Blog)
    • BHUSD: Lobby Metro Over Subway Route (Patch)
    • Meanwhile, the City Council Lobbies Up (BH Courier)
    • Under New Plan, HSR Still Needs Federal Funds (Modesto Bee)
    • Bikes Belong Selects Six Cities for Fast Track Protected Bike Lanes (DC Streetsblog)
    • New Message on  Waste Disposal Trucks: "Don't Trash the Bike Lanes" (LADOT Bike Blog)

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