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  • Is L.A. Ready for Bike-Only Signals in Mid-City? (Curbed)
  • Temporary Fix to Loosen Federal Funds for CA Trasnit Moving (The Source)
  • CAHSR in Trouble, But Still Hiring (Atlantic Cities)
  • Including Design Firms in Pasadena and Sylmar (SGV Tribune)
  • Andy Clarke: USDOT's Strategic Plan Falls Short (Streetsblog Capitol Hill)
  • Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Lyft in SF: Drivers Are Not Contractors (KQEDBusiness Times)
  • Fear the Bike a Bunch of Cities That Aren't Los Angeles (Salon)
  • Everybody Wants to Be a Supe (LAT)
  • Meanwhile, Papers Are Out for Those That Want to Run for City Council (Daily News)
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