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    • Buscaino Proposes Standing Reward for Anyone Helping Catch Hit and Run Drivers (Daily News)
    • Metro Board: More CicLAvia, More Public Comment Rules, More Measure R (The Source)
    • Santa Monica Now Dragging L.A. Behind It on Bike Share (Lookout)
    • USC's Plans for Hazard Park Are Shelved (La Opinion via Boyle Heights Beat)
    • Boxer: We Need to Protect Families Near Oil Extraction (LAT)
    • Meanwhile State Getting More of It's Oil Via Train from North Dakota (LAT)
    • The Compromise on Casden Development on the Westside Good for Everyone (LA Sustainability)
    • Take Back the Boulevard Rallies Sunday in Eagle Rock for Colorado Blvd. Plan (LITE)
    • OC Driver Faces Charges for Killing Cyclist...While She Was High on Meds (Biking in L.A.)
    • Here's an Interesting Place to See our Bike Center Film (Martin Town Center)
    • Alpern Continues to Push for More Parking for Expo (City Watch)
    • Oakland Does Green Sharrowed Mixed Use Lanes the Long Beach Way (CA Economic Summit)
    • "L.A. Marathonageddon?" Are We Completely Out of Ideas for Names? (LAT)
    • The Ginger Bread Man Used to Catch Bad Drivers (Press-Enterprise)

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