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    • Maybe Now Is a Good Time to Bring Up Climate Change? (Daily News)
    • Bitchen! A Look at the Bike Kitchen's Ladies Only Night (LAT)
    • Metro's Graphics Team Keeps Getting International Praise (NYT)
    • 1,200 Ride in Newport Beach to Honor Fallen Riders, Raise Awareness (Biking In L.A.)
    • First Segment of Westside Subway Won't Open Until 2023 (Daily News)
    • Garcetti, Greuel, Both Like Idea of Rail Through Sepulveda Pass (LA Weekly)
    • Temple City Gets $1 Million in Federal Funds for Bike Improvements (Star-News)
    • I'm 16. Have a Driver's License. And Ride the Expo Line (L.A. Youth)
    • Preliminary Work on Regional Connector Underway (Downtown News)
    • Backoff City Council, Let the Courts Fix Billboard Laws (LAT)
    • Port of Los Angeles Wins Enviro. Award (Sentinel)
    • China Planning World's First Modern, Carfree City (Atlantic Cities)

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