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8:24 AM PDT on October 29, 2012

    • Metro/AEG Reach Fiscal Deal for Pico Station Expansion Near Farmers Field (Daily News, The Source)
    • Santa Monica Bike Center Program Lets People Test Ride a Bike for 2 Weeks (LAT)
    • Green Line LAX Connector Could Come in 8 Years (Daily Breeze)
    • Preservationists Rally for 10.2 Acre Park in Silver Lake (LAT)
    • So. Pas. Council Votes Yes on J (Star-News)
    • Measure J Would Build Transit, Tax Us (NBC 4)
    • Newton: Clear the Expo Tracks (LAT)
    • It's Not Too Early to Obsess Over Mayor's Race (Daily News)
    • The Soda Industry Is Swamping El Monte (LAT)
    • Happy 20th Birthday Metrolink...and TAP? (Primary Resources)
    • Megabus Testing Return of Service Between SF to LA (Cyclelicious)
    • Cyclist Angered By Brown's 3 Feet Please Veto Vows to Vote Against Gov.'s Tax Plan (Biking In L.A.)
    • Maybe It's Not Totally Worth It? Angelenos Against Gridlock Want 405 Widening Done Now (Press Release, Curbed)

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