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9:03 AM PDT on September 2, 2014

    • L.A.'s Crumbling Infrastructure (NYT)
    • Carnage: Don't Stand on a Freeway Shoulder, 1 Killed, 4 Injured on 5 Freeway in Castaic (LAT)Jogger Critically Injured on PCH in Malibu, Sheriffs Mis-Identify Nonexistent Bike Lane (Malibu Times)
    • Amended Uber, Lyft Insurance Bill A.B. 2293 Passes Legislature (LAT
    • Sad Empty SFV L.A. River Bike Path Photos (LA Register, The Source)What We Saw on the LAR Path at Last Week's Opening: Riders Enjoying It (Post-Periodical)
    • Metrolink Ridership Generally Down, Other Than OC Line (Lets Go LA)
    • Basics of Navigating L.A. With No Car (Conde Nast Traveler)
    • Cracking Down on Restaurant Trash Thieves Scavenging Oil for Bio-Diesel (LA Register)
    • Express Park A Success - Revenue Up, Average Price Down (Downtown News)
    • The Problems With Putting Rail in Freeway Medians (Pedestrian Observations)
    • First Big Blue Bus Stops To Show Real Time Arrival Info (Santa Monica Next)
    • Americans Don't Walk Much These Days (HuffPo)
    • An Uptick in Overall Vehicle Miles Traveled Nationwide (Planetizen)Doesn't Mean Much When Measured Per-Capita (Better Institutions)

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