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    • Metro Has New Chief Operations Officer for Bus and Rail (LAT)
    • Measure R Committee Pushes for Federal Loan for Expedite Regional Connector (The Source)
    • Gov. Brown Signs Bill Exempting Bike Plans From CEQA Review (Cyclelicious, CalBike)
    • Times Asks if CEQA Free Bike Lanes Are a Good Thing? (LAT)
    • Should Cyclists Allow Bike Unfriendly Pols Fun Photo Ops at CicLAvia? (Boy on a Bike)
    • AEG Wins Bid for Convention Center Operations for Next 5 Years (LAT)
    • Filming Up 10% in Greater L.A., Pols Scrambling to Get it to Up 125% (KPCC)
    • Garcetti Wants to "Rebrand" Los Angeles Similar to Bloomberg in New York (Currents via Curbed)
    • Mayor Appoints Mostly Friends, Backers, Donors to Political Positions (LAT)
    • SaMo Will Regulate, Permit, Fitness Instructors Who Use Public Parks (LAT)
    • SF Mayor Vows to Get Tough on Double Parkers...That Get in His Car's Way (Streetsblog SF)
    • Crosswalk Sting Targets SFV Drivers (Daily News)

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