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    • More on Bike Nation's Soft Launch in Anaheim (KCET)
    • Gov. Signs High Speed Rail Funding Bill at Union Station (The Source)
    • Local Officials On Board, R's Making Hay (Daily News)
    • Paper Storifies the Discontent (Daily News)
    • Holds Separate Ceremony in San Francisco.  Central Valley Symbolically Skipped (SacBee)
    • Rail Ridership Surges in June.  Overall Ridership Flat (The Source)
    • BIKAS Sees a Poetic Side to Bike EIR's
    • There's a Lot of Local Bridges As Scary as the 6th Street Viaduct (Arch. Newspaper via Curbed)
    • A Brief History of L.A. City Bridges (KCET)
    • SPUR Blog: CAHSR to Face Biggest Challenges Over Next Two Years
    • Australian Streets Signs Need Replacing After Their Use as Stripping Poles (Auckland Now)

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