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    • Goodmon Credits South L.A. Advocacy for Surprise Win on Leimert Park Station (Front Page)
    • No, Seriously. What's with All the Placard Abuse (Atlantic Cities)
    • Lock the Gates! (Daily News, The Source)
    • Daily News Editorial Writer Takes Aim at the Rabinowitz's of the World
    • It'll Take More Than a Blue Bike Lane to Make Westwood Hip, Although Said Lane Will Help (LAT, Curbed)
    • Regional Connector Construction Concerns (Downtown News)
    • A Plea to the City Council Not to Screw Up Spring Street (Biking in L.A.)
    • Beverly Hills Getting Bike Lanes (Patch via Curbed)
    • L.A. Breaking the Car Addiction (Bloomberg)
    • Go Right to The Source and Ask The Horse. OCTA Opens Blog (OC On the Move)
    • Port of Long Beach Cargo Numbers Rise. Port of LA Cargo Numbers Fall (Daily Breeze)
    • Daily Carnage: Powerful Buzz Feed, Rolling Stone, Writer Dies in Highland Ave. Crash (L.A. Weekly)
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