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    • Support Growing for Hit-and-Run Alert Legislation (LAT, KPCC)
    • Metro Board Discussing Study To Decide Future of Orange Line (DN)
    • A Preview of Planned Walk and Bike Connections for Union Station (The SourceCurbed)
    • Nona Varnado Talks L.A. Bike Train Success (Guardian)
    • Bicycling's Role in Liberating Women, Ending Patriarchy (Neon Tommy)
    • Dueling Santa Monica Airport Ballot Measures (Santa Monica Next)
    • S.F. Market Street Getting Bright-Red-Painted Bus-Only Lanes (SBSF)
    • Will S.F. Embarcadero Get Protected Bike Lanes? (SBSF)
    • A Look at Plans for Chicago Central Loop BRT (SBChicago)
    • What L.A./S.D. Wouldn't Look Like Without Cars (Russell Houghten Vimeo via LAist)

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