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9:17 AM PDT on September 8, 2014

    • Let's Get Serious About Traffic Violence: Vote for Vision Zero (GOOD)
    • Speculating on Why Metrolink Ridership Is Declining (LAT)
    • DJ Waldie: Making the Public Realm Hostile in Lancaster and Santa Monica (KCET)
    • Measure R Costs Angelenos 8 Cents Per Day (Move L.A.)
    • GM Say It Will Introduce Hands-Free Feet-Free Cars in 2017 (LAT)
    • Supervisor Molina to Run For LA City Council Against Incumbent Huizar (KPCC)
    • Are Things Better or Worse For Peds in West Hollywood? (WeHoVille)
    • 100 Years Ago: How A Fleet of Taxis Saved Paris (LA Register)
    • In N San Diego County, Amtrak Train Kills Pedestrian On Tracks (LAT)
    • Handsome New Affordable Housing Approved for Signal Hill (LongBeachize)
    • Downey To Host Workshops for Its CicLAvia and Its Bike Master Plan (Wave)
    • Still Time to Give Metro Input for Bike Share Stations (Santa Monica Next)
    • SB Chicago Looks At Gender and Bike Share and #2 National Bike Ranking
    • When Adding Bike Lanes Reduces Car Traffic Delays (City Lab)

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