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    • Highlights of Metro's Proposed 2013-2014 Budget (The Source)
    • Active Transportation Coalition Pushes Metro for Bike/Ped Funds (Safe Routes)
    • Shocker: Metro Not Re-Routing Subway Extension After Beverly Hills' Motion (Patch)
    • Following Boston, Increased LASD Presence at Union Station (Alternet)
    • Caltrans Is Helping Fight Climate Change. Little Mention of All the Road Widenings (The Source, Caltrans)
    • Freeway Pollution Spreads Faster in the Morning (LAT)
    • There's Still a Lot of Crap in the Air (Daily News)
    • Garcetti, Greuel Getting Testy at Debates (Daily News, LAT)
    • LADOT Really Wants Cyclists to Follow Laws (LADOT Bike Blog)
    • 10 of the Best Bike Rides in L.A., Includes a Quote from Yours Truly (LAist)
    • Gov. Brown Says CEQA Reform Unlikely This Year; Senator Introduces New CEQA Reform Bill (KQED)
    • Brown Ready to Push CEQA Reform (LAT)
    • China Opening E-Bus Factory in Lancaster (LAT)
    • Home Prices Spike Across Southern California (Daily News)
    • Daily Carnage: SUV Slams into Santa Ana Restaurant, Injuring Family (LAT)

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