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    • LISC Foundation Pledges $100 Million to Make LA TOD More Transit Oriented (Press Release)
    • DMV Pledges Crackdown on Disabled Placard Abuse (L.A. Weekly)
    • WeHo, Bev. Hills, Getting Into This Regional Bike Share Thing (Patch)
    • Oh, No! Developers Are Taking Advantage of Bike Parking Ordinance to Build Bike Parking (Curbed)
    • Car Drivers Will Pay for Brown's "Hydrogen Highway" (Daily News)
    • City Council Weighs Appealing CPUC Ruling on Ride Share (LAT)
    • Metro Could Raise Revenue $6 Million Annually in Gate Locking Boost (ZevWeb)
    • Metro Board Chair, Highway Boss, Answer Congestion Questions on SaMo TV (The Source)
    • Two Reviews of My Time at the Times (Biking in L.A., The Source)
    • JSK's New York Victory Lap (Transportation Nation)

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