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CicLAvia Headlines

    • CicLAvia! (LAT, KTLA, SacBee) 
    • People Feel Safe! (LAT, ABC 7)
    • Let's Do It Again! (LAT)
    • Don't Fall Off Your Bike! (LAT)
    • Ride with Your Family! (LAT)
    • People Love the New Route (LA Weekly)
    • Even if This Headline Is Kind of Awful (LAT)
    • Department of Tourism Launches "Car-Free" Advertising (LAist)
    • Hooray for Culver City (Patch)
    • Some Car Drivers Were Inconvenienced for a Little Time (LAT)

Non-CicLAvia Headlines

    • Film Offices in Other Cities Shocked by Lies Told by Film L.A. (Oregon Live)
    • It Is Possible for an LASD Sheriff to Get Demoted (LAT
    • CSUN Bike Collective Pushes for Alternative Transportation (Sundial)
    • BHUSD Member Doubles Down on Anti-Subway Stance (BH Courier)
    • Redondo Waterfront Getting Beach Adjacent Path (Daily Breeze via Curbed)
    • CAHSRA Settles CEQA Lawsuit Over Agricultural Land (KQED)
    • Garcetti Crushing Greuel in Latest Poll (KPCC, LAT)

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