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7:58 AM PDT on August 7, 2013

    • LADOT: York Road Diet in NELA Made Street Safer, Here's the Proof (LADOT Bike Blog)
    • How Can Gil Cedillo Improve Transportation and Open Space in NELA? (Brayj Against the Machine)
    • Goodmon: Metro Community Councils Don't Really Represent (Front Page)
    • Bonin Left Council Swearing-In to Be at Site of Boardwalk Crash (KPCC)
    • Temporary Barriers Coming Now to Keep Cars off Boardwalk (LAT)
    • Ground Breaking for CAHSR Will Happen "Soon" (CAHSR Blog)
    • West Hollywood Streets Get Ped. Friendly Makeover (WeHoVille)
    • A Look at the Outsized Influence of Beverly Hills' Tabloid Paper (LAT)
    • OCTA: Widening 405 in OC  Could Impact Traffic in Long Beach, But Still Totally Worth It! (Gazettes)
    • Meanwhile, Disney Taking Over Anaheim Streetcar Project (Voice of OC via Curbed)
    • Is "Operation Pothole" Just the Opening Salvo in the Next #RoadBond Battle? (CityWatch)
    • What's the Community Benefit for Car-Lite Households? $7,000 Cash Injection Annually (Strong Towns)
    • Cyclist Killed in Northridge Hit and Run (NBC4, Biking in L.A.)

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