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    • SCIG Shouldn't Move Forward Without True Mitigation (Daily News)
    • Keeping Parking Minimus Down Lead to Lower Costs for Downtown Real Estate (Curbed)
    • Culver City Chamber of Commerce President Recants His Stupid Anti-Bike Letter (Patch)
    • Don't Blame the Car Industry for the Death of the Red Cars (KCET)
    • Op/Ed by Matute: SM Needs Smarter Parking to Address Traffic (Patch)
    • Dodger Stadium Express Ridership Is Up (The Source)
    • Garcetti, Greuel Spar Over Proposed Budget Cuts (LAT)
    • Active Transportation Coalition: Metro Needs More Funding for Bike/Ped, Cities Need Plans (SRTS)
    • Caltrans Working to Sell State-Owned Homes in Way of Big Dig Expansion (Star-News)
    • LAX Master Plan Includes People Mover (Arch. News)
    • L.A. in 2050? Lets Look at Bike Projects (The Source)
    • Daily Carnage: Teen Suspect in Fatal Crash Escaped from Substance Abuse Facility (LAT)
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