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    • OC Sheriffs Blame Cyclist Victim in Gatorade Bottle Throw Incident (Biking in L.A., OCRLAT)
    • Expo Line Free Parking Woefully Inadequate for Far-Flung Residents (City Watch)But, wait, the Beauty of the Expo Line is That "EVERYONE" Already Rides It (LA Sentinel)
    • Seleta Reynolds Was Busy in San Francisco, Left Unfinished Projects (LAX CarShare)
    • Downtown Santa Monica 5-story Expo Line TOD at Planning Commission Tonight (SM Next)
    • State Repeals San Fernando Valley Rail Prohibition (Curbed)
    • Exide Plant Agrees to Limits on Arsenic Emissions (LAT)
    • Caltrans Selling Some Homes Not Needed To Build 710 Freeway Alternatives (Daily News)
    • Pasadena Adds Buffer To Its New York Drive Bike Lanes (Boy on a Bike)
    • How to Make LB 3rd Street's "Cracked and Bumpy Mess" Safer to Bike (LongBeachize)

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