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    • Metro Staff Recommendation for Crenshaw Connection to LAX (The Source, LAT)
    • Walkability Report: L.A. Ranks 16th Out of 30 Big U.S. Metro Areas (LAT)
    • Why Aren't More People Outraged? Boy on a Bike at Slain Cyclist Phillip O'Neill Memorial Ride
    • Audio Reporting from Cedillo's #Fig4All N. Figueroa Bike Lane Meeting (Bike Talk)
    • Shocker: Traffic Forecasts Are Not Accurate (Planetizen)
    • SD Cyclist Moves to LB, Renounces Vehicular Cycling (BikeSD via BikinginLA)
    • Promising Signs: Bike Nation Bike Share Just Might Actually Open In LB (LongBeachize)
    • Cab Drivers to Protest Today at Uber Santa Monica Offices (SMDP)
    • Will Santa Monica Museum of Art Be Priced Out of Santa Monica? (Santa Monica Next)
    • Sometimes Fan Sports Bring Angelenos Into Public Spaces:Kings Downtown RallyLAvia (LARegister)South Korea World Cup Soccer Viewing Today 3pm (RadioKorea.com)World Cup Soccer Watching on Streets Near You (KCET)

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