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    • Concepts Released for High Desert Corridor (Daily News)
    • City Rallies for 710 Freeway Big Dig By Creating Temporary Gap in Traffic Grid (Glendale News Press, CBS2)
    • Yes, There Was a Strong "No" Contingent in Alhambra as Well (Patch)
    • Is Area Around Leimert Park Already Hostile to Black Business? (OurWeekly via Curbed)
    • LADOT Outlines Spring Street Changes That Are Coming, Admits State May Nix Design (LADOT Bike Blog)
    • Did Garcetti and Wesson Break the Law in Redistricting? Attorneys Make the Case (LAT, Daily News)
    • Anti-Bike Lane/Road Diet Newspaper OK with Bike Lanes without Diet in NELA (Boulevard Sentinel)
    • Both Major Papers Thing Ban on Ride Share Is Bogus (Daily News, LAT)
    • Will L.A.'s Traffic Drive Us Mad? Epstein, Klausner, Wachs All Say No (Zocalo)
    • Surfliner Expects Big Weekend 7/19-7/21 (CAHSR Blog)
    • Anaheim Trolley Proposal Continues to Take Heat as Disney Subsidy (Voice of OC)
    • Santa Rosa Driver Who Chased Down Cyclist Sentenced to Five Years in Dementia Facility (PD)
    • FL Tea Party: Planners Use Mind Control to Rob of Us of Liberty (Broward-Palm Beach New Times)

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