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10:20 AM PST on January 28, 2014

    • Bev. Hills Blue Ribbon Commission Approves Bike Lanes on SaMo Blvd. (Better Bike via Biking in L.A.)
    • Human Transit Is First to Look at Metro's Fare Plan and See a Cut, Not a Hike
    • Editorial Gives a Big Thumbs Up to Traffic Calming Plan in Pasadena (LAT)
    • Gold Line Construction Authority Considering Extension to Ontario (Daily Bulletin)
    • The Broadway Dress Rehearsal Is Coming! (DTLA News via Curbed)
    • Metro Is Studying "Rails to River" Proposal (The Source)
    • Family of Italian Honeymooner Killed in Venice Boardwalk Attack Sues City (Daily News)
    • President of SoBi Bikes Talks About Benefits of Their GPS System v Bike Racks (LongBeachize)
    • Large Parts of Los Angeles Are Great for Walking (Marginal Revolution)
    • After High Marks for Special Events, Metro Gets Blasted for Kings/Ducks Plans (The Source)
    • Gov. Brown Asks CA Supreme Court to Review Ruling Requiring CAHSR Funding Revisions (Examiner)
    • Surprise! LAT Readers Have Interesting Ideas on What's "Causing Traffic" in Santa Monica

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