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    • Could the County's Architecturally-Challenged Buildings Fall Victim to Grand Park? (DT News)
    • Looks Like a More Modest Makeover in Store for DTLA's Pershing Square (LA Curbed)
    • New Metro Rail Car Supplier Kinkisharyo Now Hiring in Palmdale (LA Business Journal)
    • Metro and CICLE Sponsor the Made in LA Ride III: LA River Edition: (The Source)
    • Bike Trains Bring More Fun and Greater Safety to Downtown Commutes (Downtown News)
    • Bay Area Bike Share Program Prepares to Roll Out Tomorrow (SF Examiner)
    • Look Out, Jerry: There Could Be a Bike-Riding Candidate for Governor in the Next Election (LAT)
    • A Fresno Bike Rider Catches His Hit-And-Run on Bike Cam; Driver's Wife Denies All (KMPH)
    • Will a Tone-Deaf SFPD Admit to Botching its Investigation of Cyclist's Death? (SF Streetsblog)
    • SaMo Considers 1st Neighborhood Greenway, Reducing Parking Requirements (SM Lookout)
    • Daily Carnage: Four-Year Old Girl Killed When Motorcycle Hits Big Rig (LAT)
    • Daily Carnage 2: Two OC Cyclists Critically Injured in Separate Crashes (Patch) (Daily Pilot)

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