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    • Bike Nation Responds: Kiosks Aren't Street Furniture, Looking for Big Name Sponsor (Curbed)
    • Poor Road Conditions, Bike Lanes, Crumbling Sidewalks Still on Garcetti's Agenda (KPCC)
    • AG Harris Joins Lawsuit Against O.C. Toll Road (Legal News)
    • "SCIG project typifies environmental racism," senior NRDC David Pettit said. (Courthouse News)
    • UCLA Students Devise Parklet Plans for Westwood (Curbed)
    • A Little Love for the CICLE/Metro Bike Ride on Ballona Creek Path (Patch)
    • OCTA  $1.26 Billion Budget Includes 4% Increase for Buses (Voice of OC, Breeze)
    • Zine Savings from Slim Office to Fund Neighborhood Council Street Repair Plans (Daily News)
    • Long Beach Police Chief Won't Challenge Baca for Top Spot at LASD (LAT, Daily News)
    • Dodgers Offer Discount to Metro Riders at Some Games (The Source)
    • LAT Backs Compromise That Would Allow "Overnight" Parking in Venice (LAT)
    • Study: Brain Can't Text and Drive Safely, Hands Free or Not (Bloomberg via AAA/Twitter)
    • SoCal Home Sales Hit 7 Year High (Daily News)
    • Daily Carnage: Empty Bus, Cargo Truck Collide in Spectacular DTLA Crash (NBC4)
    • Don't Forget Our Awesome Fundraiser This Friday! (Flying Pigeon)

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