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9:05 AM PDT on August 21, 2014

    • Is CicLAvia Worsening Eastside Gentrification - A Hipster Invasion? (KPCC)
    • LAUSD Decriminalizing Minor Offenses!! (LAT)
    • 4 Long Beach Blue Line Stations Closing 30 Days For Construction (LongBeachize)
    • Beverly Hills OKs Early Purple Line Subway Construction (The Source)
    • Urban Scrawl Sympathizes With DTLA Peds Vs. Construction (Downtown News Tumblr)
    • Capping the 101 Freeway Through Hollywood To Build A Park (LA Register)
    • Judge Dismisses Case Against Pro-Airport Santa Monica Ballot Measure (LAT)
    • L.A.River Revitalization News:Frogtown Does Not Want To Be L.A.'s Hot New In-Neighborhood (LA Weekly)Studio City Golf and Tennis Site Housing Development EIR Released (KCET)City Seeks Comments on Purchase of Key 41-Acre Cypress Park Taylor Yard Site!! (
    • Planned Adaptive Reuse of Iconic DTLB 1924 Building (LongBeachize)
    • Boy on a Bike Visits And Bikes Portland
    • Chicago Implementing "Walk to Transit" Quick Fixes Programs (SB Chicago)
    • Whack NYC Bike Citation Enforcement is Disproportionate, Illegal, Unfair (SB NYC)
    • Bike Lane Lunacy Hurts Vancouver Business - Not! (Price Tags)

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