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8:58 AM PST on February 10, 2014

    • Listen! L.A.'s female bike leadership speaks out (Bike Talk)
    • New HSR business plan released for public comment (LA Times)
    • Construction underway for a more pedestrian-friendly Broadway in DTLA (KPCC)
    • On Pomona Freeway, wrong way driver kills six people (KFI)
    • Before/after photos of new walk and bike facilities on Colorado Blvd (Walk Eagle Rock)
    • USC's Manuel Pastor: equitable transportation key to L.A.'s future (KCET)
    • Letter urges USC to end its misinformed opposition to MyFigueroa (Daily Trojan)
    • Ever wonder what duct bank encasement looks like? Gold Line construction vid at The Source
    • Valentine's Day speed dating on the Red Line (The Source) (watch out for THAT guy)
    • Infographicality at Momentum: bicycling really is good for business, and women really do bike
    • Don't let anyone tell you that bicycling and walking are not safe (Orange 20)
    • What's next for L.A.'s dingbat housing? (Architect's Newspaper)
    • L.A. PCC [President's Conference Committee!] rail car set standards in 1940 (PE Railway Historical Society)
    • Dutch king and queen spotted riding handsome orange bikes at the Winter Olympics (Hello!)

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