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Eyes on the Street: Ezra Horne's new Landbridge mini-documentary

    • Walking Downtown L.A.'s Second-Story Pedways (LAT)
    • Headline Says Garcetti Interested in More Highways. Story Doesn't (Daily News)
    • If a Hundred Trees Fall for Westside Subway Construction... (The Source)
    • New Mini-Rumble-Strips on L.A. River Bike Path (CD13, LADOT Bike Blog)
    • You Think Bicycling is Risky? Study: the High Risk of Sitting Too Much (LAT)
    • Head of L.A. County Public Health Dept, Jonathan Fielding, Retires (LAT)
    • L.A. County Population Surpasses 10 Million (LAT, nice CicLAvia photo)Where will they all park?
    • U.S. Cities Considering Capping Parking Spots (Governing)
    • Chicago Merchants Against Free Parking (SB Chicago)
    • Study: Parking Minimums Harm Cities (UConn)
    • How Cities Can Prioritize People Over Parking (NextCity)

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