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    • Must Read for L.A. Voters: Candidates Go on Record About Subways/Bikes/Sidewalks/Big Digs/Parking/Buses (LAT)
    • Don't Forget to Check Out Our Interview with the Mayoral Candidates (StreetsTube)
    • I-10 Express Lanes Are Open (LAT, The Source, Curbed, Fox, Daily Bruin)
    • Digital Billboard Company Issues Threat to L.A. (LAT)
    • 405 Widening Won't Finish Until 2014. Project Still Totally Worth It! (The Source)
    • Central Valley Landowners Drop Suit Against High Speed Rail (Fresno Bee)
    • CHP Plans Crackdown on Group Bike Rides in Santa Monica Mountains (Biking in L.A.)
    • NBC Universal Project Plans Big Payment to Burbank for Traffic Impacts (Leader via Curbed)
    • Gov. Brown Out of Touch on Affordable Housing (Rooflines)
    • Success for CICLE's "Wild West Chatworth Ride" (Patch)
    • Redondo Beach Makes Progressive Street Plans (Easy Reader)
    • More Responses to L.A. Observed's Stupid Anti-Bike Screed (Examined Spoke, Boy on a Bike)

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