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    • Supremes Not Interested in Hearing Appeal of "Road Rage" Dr. Christopher Thompson (Biking In L.A.)
    • Planning Continues for East San Fernando Valley Corridor Project (The Source)
    • Here's Your New Metro Rail (and BRT) Late Night Schedules (The Source, KCET)
    • Preview of the Importance of Grand Park (LAT)
    • Getty Center Announces Plans to Charge for Parking, Group of Academics Flips Out (LAT, Change)
    • Zev, Blumenauer, Have Different Views on Federal Transpo. Bill (Planning Report)
    • San Diego Region Ahead of L.A. Region on Active Transportation Funding (Safe Routes California)
    • Expo Unveiling Construction Plans for Santa Monica (Mirror)
    • City Council Votes Unanimously to Close Pot Shops (KPCC)
    • Chicago Authorizes Crackdown of Disabled Parking Placard Abuse (Trib)
    • Planetizen Looks at NPR's "Is There a War on Cars" Story

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