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8:13 AM PDT on April 25, 2013

    • Momentum Turned in Spring Street Green Bike Lane Debate (Blog Downtown)
    • Decision on Leimert Park Station Coming in Early May (Curbed)
    • Still Totally Worth It: 405 Widening Over a Year Behind Schedule (LAT)
    • Placement of Video Screens at Metro Center Is Nonsensical (Accidental Urbanist)
    • The Case of the Bev. Hills Road Rage Hit and Run Makes the Times (LAT)
    • State Senate Appoints Malcolm Dougherty to Head Caltrans Despite “Repeated Problems” (Merc)
    • Conservative Paper in San Diego Fuming Over CAHSR Bidding Process (Union-Tribune)
    • CA Assembly Committee Passes Two Bills to Tighten Restrictions on Teen Drivers (Sac Bee)
    • Sustainable Transpo to Get Largest Share of Cap-and-Trade Funds, and More Updates From Sac (GC)
    • Study: Driving With Voice-Activated Texting Is Still Dangerous (CoCo Times)
    • Everybody Seems to Love Richie Trimble (L.A. Observed, ABC National, Yahoo News, The Post Game)
    • I Don't Even Know What Language Some of These Stoopid Tall Articles Are In (Sopitas, Vecernji, News Now)
    • Daily Carnage: Pedestrian Killed by Car Driver in Sylmar (Daily News)

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