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8:34 AM PDT on May 7, 2012

    • L.A. Says We're Over 200 Miles in Bike Lanes (LADOT Bike Blog)
    • Everyone Is Getting a Laugh at the BHPTA "Doomsday" Video (LAT)
    • The 710 Big-Dig.  Bad for Public Health (Patch)
    • "Libertarians" at Reason Foundation Don't Like the Expo Line
    • It's a Little Early to Pass Verdicts Either Way (Curbed)
    • Road Traffic ‘Single Biggest Source of Fatality’ for Young People Worldwide (Atlantic Cities)
    • Bike Infrastructure Grows in Sacramento Area (SacBee)
    • E-Car Company Coming to Chatsworth (Daily News)
    • Really?  De-Funding the Ethics Commission? (LAT)
    • Farmscape Corporation Announces Candidacy for Mayor (Daily News)

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