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    • Another L.A. Newspaper Joins the Bike Friendly Bandwagon (DTLA News)
    • Long Beach Wins Grant to Study Freeway Removal (City Fabrick)
    • Terrible Idea Moves Forward Over Lankershim Boulevard (Daily News)
    • Metro Staff Refines Ideas for East SFV Transit Project (The Source)
    • "Voters" Don't Want More Development in SaMo (Daily Press)
    • After Veto Sunday, a Full Breakdown of Bike/Ped Legislation in Sacramento (Cycleicious)
    • Out of Control Car Rams Metro Bus. One Dead, Nine Injured (Daily News)
    • Culver City's First Mixed Use Building Comes with Ped. Plaza (Curbed)
    • Battle Over Rider Sharing II, Should They Be Able to Pickup/Dropoff at Airport (Daily Breeze)
    • If You Find a Dead Body That's Been Hit By a Car, How Is It a "Possible" Hit and Run? (Daily News)
    • Rare CETMA Cargo Bike Stolen (LITE)

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