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6:51 AM PDT on June 18, 2013

    • Bike Nation: LB Start in Early 2014, LA "in Next 12 Months" (Star-News)
    • South Bay "on the Warpath." Measure R Highway Funds Used for Leimert Station (Daily Breeze)
    • Spring Street Park Opens (Blog Downtown, DTLA Rising, LAist, Streetsblog LITE, LAT)
    • Angelenos Enjoying Echo Park Lake (Curbed)
    • First and Spring Park 2 to 3 Years (Downtown News)
    • Wolfpack Hustle Plans "Civic Center Crit" Race after CicLAvia (Downtown News)
    • A Detailed Look at Vague Plan for Fairfax/Grove Streetcar (City Watch)
    • CAHSRA CEO Addresses Controversies Over Contractor Also Chosen to Build Central Subway (NBC)
    • SoPas' Mayor: Biking to Work Since the Year I Was Born (The Source)
    • Either a Majority Angelenos Are Disabled, or Disabled Placards Are Being Abused (ACCESS)
    • The Bike Lobby Is Real! (Politico)
    • Like Mike: Garcetti Plans Meeting with Bloomberg (Daily News)
    • Daily Carnage: Drugs and Driver Blamed for 30 Car Pileup in Aga Dulce (Daily News, Video on NBC4)

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