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    • L.A. Painted 101 Miles of Bike Lanes in the 2012-2013 Fiscal Year (LADOT Bike Blog)
    • Ooops, Downtown Streetcar Budget Completely Made Up (LAT)
    • Wait, What? Industry Still Moving on Their NFL Stadium Plan (Pasadena Star-News)
    • L.A. Weekly Brings the Snark to Conversation on L.A.'s Coolest Street
    • Meanwhile Tour Vendors Are Worried About Crackdown in Hollywood (LAT)
    • Oh, It's Bad Retaining Walls That Are Causing Such Issues with the 405 Widening (Daily News)
    • Rail to LAX Doesn't Make Sense If the Cost and Connectivity Aren't Right (City Watch)
    • Good Thing the Project is 85% Complete...Months After the Original Completion Date (The Source)
    • Construction on CA HSR Begins As Central Valley Locals Protest Impacts (Mercury News)
    • No Strike for BART in the Bay (Daily News)

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