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9:07 AM PDT on June 30, 2014

    • Chicago Installs First in U.S. Copenhagen-Style Cyclist Foot-Rests (SB Chicago)
    • Meet C.I.C.L.E.'s New Executive Director: Vanessa Gray (CICLE)
    • Heat Maps Show L.A. Bicycling Patterns (Strava via Curbed, see also SBUSA Strava caveats)
    • More on New Bike/Ped Reps For Metro Technical Advisory Committee (SRTS)
    • Carnage: Solo Crash Kills Two, Snarls 710 and 5 Freeways (LAT)
    • Editorial: There Are Innovative Ways to Manage L.A.'s Parking Meters (LAT)
    • Councilmember Koretz Really Urgently "Life or Death" Wants L.A. to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions (LAT)Koretz on GHG: "The Greatest Challenge Any Generation Has Ever Faced Looming Over Us" (KCET)(oh, fine print - it's just LADWP. Honorable Koretz, what about transportation sector?)
    • Port's Desmond Bridge Replacement Running Late Already (LAT)
    • Paris Velib Bike Share Goes Kid-Friendly (KPCC)
    • CA Getting Ready To Issue Drivers Licenses to Undocumented Immigrants (CC Times)
    • Level of Service Car Traffic Metrics and How CA Gets Away From Them (SPUR)

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