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    • Mayoral Candidates Notice Poor State of L.A.'s Sidewalks (LAT)
    • Feds Give Final Approval to TIFIA Loan for Crenshaw Announced in 2010 (Sentinal, The Source, KPCC)
    • Traffic Deaths on the Way Back Up as People Return to the Road/Work (LAT)
    • It's Casual Rocks NPR's California Report. THE RED LINE! (California Report)
    • Opposition to 710 Big Dig Becoming a Deafening Din (LAT)
    • The CicLAvia PR Machine Kicks Into Gear (The Source, Curbed)
    • How the Great Depression Created the Push for Suburbia (KCET)
    • Accusations of Back Room Deals at Port Need Airing Out (Daily News)
    • A Broad and Thoughtful Call for a Bigger, More Inclusive, Bike Movement (Women on Bikes)
    • Ted Discovers That When It Comes to Bike Community, It Matters What You Wear (Biking In LA)
    • Coverage of Critical Mass’ 20th (ABCCBSSFGateHuffPoKTVUMission Local)
    • "Happy Anniversary Weird Metro Building at Wilshire and La Brea" (Curbed)
    • Happy Birthday, Occupy (LAT)
    • It's Hot (Daily News)

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