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    • Caltrans Report: More Californians on Transit, Bikes and Walking (Caltrans)
    • Metro 50 Train Cars Short of Need for Expo Ph2 and Foothill Gold Line (Zev Web)
    • Mapping L.A.'s Green Commutes (Better Institutions)
    • State Assemblymember Gatto's Hit and Run Bill Passes Safety Committee  (LAWeekly)
    • What Mapping Bicycling's Commute Percentage Tells About Bike Share (LongBeachize)
    • Supreme Court Rail Trail Decision Consequences Broad and Regrettable (LAT)
    • It's Easy: How To Make Your Very Own Parklet (Fast Co)
    • NIMBY Group Seeks to Reverse Santa Monica Transit Village Approval (SMNext)
    • Decisions, Decisions: Buying a Bicycle (KRCW)
    • Best Peak Car Stories Are in Business Section (Price Tags)
    • Scofflaw Driver Plows Through SXSW Crowd, Kills 2, Injures 23 (LAT)

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