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    • LAPD Defiant Over "Jaywalking" Policy That Doesn't Keep People Safe and Everyone Hates (DTLA News)
    • Walk Score: L.A. the #9 Transit City in US, Ahead of Portland (Curbed)
    • Sorry, Bicyclists Are Not Causing All the Traffic Problems in Santa Monica (LA Weekly)
    • The Weekly Also Gives Some Rub to the Silver Lake Plunge, What's Going On???? (LA Weekly)
    • Enviros for California High Speed Rail (LAT)
    • LAist Has Terrible Headline for Broadway Road Diet, Can See Better One in URL (LAist)
    • Here Come the Hollywood and San Pedro...Maybe (Daily News)
    • L.A. Is a Great Place to Film Commercials and Other Stuff (LAT)
    • Bike/Ped. Bridge Connecting Cypress Park and Elysian Valley Could Be Really Orange (Curbed)
    • Two Ways to Help Badly Wounded Bicyclist Recover After Surgery, Lengthy Hospital Stay (Biking in LA)
    • Street Services Wants to Partner with Neighborhood Councils on Pothole Repair (Daily News)
    • Video Shows Man Struck and Killed in Glendale Crosswalk. Second Fatality in Last 4 Months (News-Press)
    • More on Jamzilla, Several Nights of 405 Closure for Project That Is Totally Worth It (Daily News)

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