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    • Suddenly, L.A. Weekly Is Everyone's Favorite Publication Following Yesterday's Huge Piece on Hit and Runs (Atlantic Cities, Biking In L.A.)
    • More on Packed Union Station Master Plan Meeting (Downtown News)
    • Move L.A.: Measure J was Plan B. Back to Plan A.
    • Rep. Hahn: "High Speed Rail Critical to L.A., CA Economies" (CBS2)
    • Port Strike May Have Set the Stage for Larger Standoff in 2014 (Daily News)
    • LA Closes in on Deal for Red Car Lot in Silver Lake, Future Park (Curbed)
    • Expo Line Draws a "Gold Rush" of Development (WWLA)
    • New Plan Would Make Warner Center Better for Everyone (Curbed)
    • Orange Line Art Exhibit Closes Next Week (The Source)
    • Maybe We Should Have Been Calling the Gamblin' Train to Vegas the Party Train to Vegas (Forbes)

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