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    • LaHood Staying for Now, Boxer Says Villaraigosa a Great Choice to Head USDOT (Bloomberg, The Hill)
    • More on the Alternatives Analysis from the Big Dig (The Source, Star-News)
    • CicLAvia E.D. Aaron Paley Details the Long Road to CicLAvia (Zocalo)
    • L.A. Council T-Comm Talks Connections to Ontario Airport (Daily News)
    • States Looking Seriously at "By the Mile" Transpo. Tax (KCET)
    • Columnist Bemoans That State Isn't Building Enough Highways (SacBee)
    • Granted. Some of the Parking Signage Can Be Confusing (LA Observed)
    • Council Bans Skateboard "Bombing" (Daily News)
    • Some Wonderful Pics. from the Tweed Ride (The Source)
    • Google Bike Directions Can’t Seem to Navigate America’s First Bike Boulevard in Palo Alto (Cyclelicious)

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