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8:19 AM PDT on April 26, 2013

Don’t Forget to Vote in our Spring Street Green Buffered Bike Lane Photo Contest.

    • Metro Ends Monthly Charge for Irregular FastTrack Users of ExpressLanes (LATCurbed, The Source, ZevWeb)
    • 5 Ways to Irritate Everyone with Barely Coherent Arguments (L.A. Weekly)
    • Media Continues to Lionize Distracted Driver Who Plays with Apps While Driving (LAT)
    • An Editorial In Favor of High Speed Rail, aka The 4th Sign of the Apocalypse (Daily News)
    • How CicLAvia Engaged Angelenos in the Public Space (KCET)
    • Wanting an Even Bigger 405 Project, Elon Musk Donates to Angelenos Against Gridlock (Curbed, LAT)
    • The Current 405 Disaster is $75 Million Over Budget and a Year Late, Let's Do It Again! (Daily News)
    • Villaraigosa, Mayors, Make Case for CEQA Reform (Daily News)
    • Using Traffic Cams to Watch Us...Seems a Little Big Brother (without the Holding Company) to Me (KCET)
    • LA Cyclists Look to Rotterdam in the Netherlands for Inspiration (KCRW)
    • Tips for the Next Mayor (Planning Report)
    • I Honestly Can't Believe They're Still Talking About Cracking Down on Fitness Classes in S.M. Parks (Patch)
    • Daily Carnage: Bicyclist Shot by LASD Deputy Unarmed, "Suspicious" (LAT, CBS2)

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