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My favorite Earth Day event of all-time was probably 2008's "Car Free Wilshire Boulevard."
    • State Law Could Require Cities, Not Homeowners, to Pay for Sidewalks (Curbed)
    • L.A.'s Hit and Run Epidemic (KCRW)
    • City Designing Plans for Sixth Street Bridge (Wave)
    • LAT's SacTown Writer Calls for HSR Re-Vote (LAT)
    • Breakdowns and delays Plague Blue Line (LAT)
    • "Jackson Huang" Is Becoming a Rallying Cry (Patch)
    • Pasadena Playhouse District Gets a Pocket Park (Star-News)
    • The Red Cars Are Back, Baby! (At Disney Land) (Curbed)
    • High Speed Rail in Trouble (Sac Bee)
    • Consultants Bike Parking Plan at USC Leads to Workable Pakring Plan (Daily Trojan)
    • I-5 Traffic Near Griffith Park "Snarled" for Duckling Crossing (Daily News)

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