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8:29 AM PDT on May 28, 2014

    • East Side Riders John Jones A Leader in Bicycling Equity (League of Amer Bicyclists)
    • Quarterly Peek at Metro Rail Ridership (Let's Go LA)
    • Union Station To Get Run-Through Tracks Around 2020 (LAT)
    • CicLAvia Coming to San Fernando Valley in Spring 2015 (LA Register)
    • OC's City of San Clemente Receives Complete Streets Honors (SRTS CA)
    • Joel Kotkin Opinion: Don't Believe The Hype About DTLA (OC Register)
    • OCTA Long Range Plan Overlooks Walking and Bicycling (SRTS CA)
    • William Estrada on the Multi-Ethnic History of Union Station (The Source)
    • Shocker: Congestion Hasn't Evaporated On The Newly-Expanded 405 Fwy (Curbed)
    • Santa Monica Getting Streets Ready For Expo Line (SMDP)
    • Speed Limits and Car Share in Santa Monica (Santa Monica Next)
    • Ridesharing and Redlining: Do Uber and Lyft Serve Watts? (Daily Kos)
    • Downtown San Diego Stripes New 7.3-Mile Bike Lane Loop (ABC)
    • Fed Up At The Pump! Astroturf Drivers Against State Fuels Fee (Hybrid Cars)

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