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9:49 AM PDT on October 12, 2012

While the freeways yesterday were like a cup of a InstaCrash (just add water!), the skies are expected to be clear today, thereby making the minds of commuters magically clearer as well while they drive.

    • Inglewood cyclist fatally crashes with sheriff's car (L.A. Times)
    • Honestly: the coolest use of old bike parts you'll ever see (Daily Mail U.K.)
    • Metro releases conceptual artwork for Purple Line extension (The Source)
    • West Hollywood to show off ped-friendly streetscape Avenues District plan (The City of West Hollywood)
    • The absurd logistics of moving the Endeavour (L.A. Times)
    • Engineering the pavement for the movement of the Endeavour (SGV Tribune)
    • Storm interrupts the Blue Line in Long Beach (Long Beach Post)
    • Smithsonian map shows precise sources of L.A. greenhouse emissions (Curbed)
    • Metro ExpressLane van making pitstops throughout neighborhoods (The Source)
    • Retro Row in Long Beach ups its bike-friendly signage (Bike Long Beach)

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