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8:52 AM PDT on July 9, 2012

    • Don't Forget to Read Our Exclusive on Changes at CicLAvia: New Route, Date (LA Streetsblog)
    • Want to Slow Down Local Traffic?  Talk to Joe Linton, Deborah Murphy or Stephen Box (LAT)
    • California Senate Approves High Speed Rail Funding Plan (SacBee)
    • The Times Tries to Contain Its Disappointment
    • But Fires Back with Story on Rejected Alternate Proposal (LAT)
    • Op/Ed: Los Angeles Is Now L.A.'s Transit Promised Land (LAT)
    • Metro/Caltrans Need to Do More Outreach Before Lanes Go HOT (Daily News)
    • Zine: Arrest Bieber and Paparazzi (LAT)
    • With Grant in Hand, Santa Monica Takes the Traditional Route for Bike Share (Lookout!)
    • Watch the Video : Obama Signs the Surface Transportation Bill (The Source)
    • Council Cuts Tax for Car Dealers, Raises Fees for Scofflaw Parkers (LA Observed)
    • Confused About the Nuts and Bolts of CRA Dissolution? Legal Expert Has Answers (Planning and Development)
    • Bike League Features Long Beach Bike Saturdays Creator April Economides
    • LAFD: Don't Lock Your Kids in the Car (Daily News)

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