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    • Blast from NYC Subway Construction Breaks Windows Above Ground (NYT)
    • Westside Subway Construction Will Not Involve Explosive Blasts (The Source)
    • More on the Seal/Long Beach Transit Fight. Could 405 Expansion Be Part of Rift? (KCET)
    • Bike Nation/Long Beach Agree to 2,500 Bicycle Bike Share Program (Press Release)
    • Big Blue Bus Offers $1 Fares to Culver City Expo Stop (Patch)
    • Meanwhile, Culver City Station Signs on Venice Already Vandalized (Streetsblog LITE)
    • At Least Everyone Can Get a Laugh at the Reason Foundation's Expo Critique (Transit US)
    • Time for Caltrans to Sell the 710 Houses (SGV Tribune)
    • Draft Enviro. Docs Released for Foothill Extension Between Azusa and Montclair (The Source)
    • Will Council Resolution Against Big Box Stores Even Stop Chinatown Wal Mart? (LAT)
    • WeHo Getting Permanent Rainbow Crosswalk (Patch via Curbed)
    • Orange County Transportation Taxes Coming Up Short (Register)
    • City Considering Increase in Parking Taxes (Daily News)
    • Long Beach North? San Jose Looks to Create NorCal's Most Bike Friendly Downtown (Streetsblog SF)
    • Bike Theft Victim Starts Flickr Group For Bikes Seen at Flea Markets (Cyclelicious)

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