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    • Santa Monica's Green Painted Ocean Boulevard Gets Its Star Turn (LAT)
    • Best Line on new CicLAvia Route "from Dogtown to Downtown" (Yo Venice)
    • Metro: No Contract with Caltrans for Big Dig Study (Pasadena Star-News)
    • A Look at Transit Use in CA Districts of New Members of the House Transpo Committee (Cyclelicious)
    • Metro Lets Ara Najarian Out in Public at I-5 Expansion Project (The Source)
    • Supreme Court Will Here Trucking Association Challenge to Clean Ports (Pac_Swell)
    • Metro Hitting Delays in Arts District Station (Patch via Curbed)
    • LACBC's Firefly Program Heads to Santa Monica (Patch)
    • Does Boyle Heights Need a Business Improvement District? (Eastside Sun)
    • LAX Wants to Restore Ghost Town West of Airport (Daily Breeze)
    • Times Profiles Jan Perry, Daily News Looks at Wendy Greuel

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