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    • It's Official, Measure J Gets "Only" 65.49%...Misses the Mark by Less Than 1.2% (County Clerk)
    • Reminder: It's Totally Worth It! 405 Project Brings Delays to Sepulveda Pass (LAT)
    • West Hollywood in the Market for a Bike Plan Consultant (RFP, Biking In L.A.)
    • Why Doesn't El Segundo Want Food Trucks? (Daily News)
    • Dems.' Dominance in CA Legislature Brings Peril for Majority Party (LAT)
    • Manhattan Beach Car Share Program Stalled Because of Parking Concerns (Beach Reporter)
    • Pasadena Residents Prepare Fight Over NFL Plan (Sun)
    • Amtrak’s Capitol Corridor Sets New Ridership Record, Revenue Up 9 Percent in 2012
    • Your Daily "Villaraigosa for USDOT Sec." Article (NBC San Diego)

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