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    • Chilling: No Justice in Paul Livingston Car vs. Bike Beverly Hills Hit & Run (Biking in LA)
    • A Quick Look At L.A. Transit Demographics, LA Weekly actually quotes Jarrett Walker
    • Brigham Yen Takes LARegister on a Walking Tour of DTLA
    • 51-Mile Bike Path and Greenway 2020 L.A. River Interview (Ziptopia)
    • Can the Teamsters Organize Uber Drivers? (KPCC)
    • L.A. Authorities Not So Keen on World Cup Mexico Fans Spontaneous Public Space Celebrations:Pacoima: Fans Fill Streets, LAPD Closes Freeway Offramps (LAT)Huntington Park: Police Horse vs. Pedestrians in the Street (LAT)
    • How Preferential Parking Districts Work (KCET)
    • Carnage: Pasadena Driver Dead From Solo Crash Where Car Wraps Around Pole (KTLA)
    • Parking Requirements vs. Iconic Bob's Market (Santa Monica Next)
    • "Chaos!!" on S.F.'s Newly Car-Free Lombard Street (SBSF)
    • New UK Study Shows Bike Lanes Make Streets Safer (Biking in LA)

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