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    • Breaking Down Metro's "Sped Up" Rail Expansion Plans (Curbed)
    • SGV Officials Want Gold Line Extension to Claremont Included, Get Personal with Leahy (SGV Trib, Daily Bulletin)
    • Car Ownership Dropping in L.A. as Bike, Rail Network Grow (Sustainable Business)
    • Forget About Planning and Land Use, We Can Solve Oil Dependency by Poisoning Water (LAT)
    • House Republicans Deny HSR Funds in 2014 Budget Draft (SacBee)
    • Yesterday Was "Dump the Pump" Day. Did You? (The Source)
    • CicLAvia! (CBS2, NBC4, Forbes, HuffPo)
    • Can Affordable Housing Survive in San Diego (Union-Tribune)
    • More on Chris Brown v L.A. Over Mural Fines (LAT)
    • Alpern: Opposing Gigantic Westside Development Does Not Make a NIMBY (City Watch)
    • Fatal Crash in NoHo Near Lankershim and Vine (Daily News)

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