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    • Don Shoup on Giving Local Residents Advantages at Parking Meters (SFGate)
    • Culver City Backs Down, Continues Free Bus Rides for Blind, Disabled (Front Page)
    • Two New CicLAvia Routes Announced, Including East L.A. and South L.A. Mileage (Biking in L.A.)
    • Excellent Editorial: Increasing Congestion Is Good For West Hollywood (WeHoVille)
    • New L.A. River Greenway Open in West SFV (KCET)
    • Family To Sue L.A. County For Sheriff Killing Cyclist Milton Olin (Daily News)
    • Meandering Editorial in Support of Federal Highway Bill Funding (CityWatch)
    • Santa Monica To Crack Down on Cyclists This Month (LA Register)
    • Election Season Also Underway in Santa Monica (Santa Monica Next)
    • Long Beach Swears In New Mayor Robert Garcia (KPCC)
    • More Traffic Enforcement Needed As More Cyclists Ride (WaPo)
    • A Look At Bicyclist Crash Data Reporting (SB Chicago)
    • Jarrett Walker on Predicting Traffic: More Denial Than Projection (Human Transit)
    • Metro's Blue Line Turns 24 - Watch Vintage Cartoon-Owl Safety Vids (CityLab)

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