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8:53 AM PDT on September 26, 2014

Today's light publishing at Streetsblog Los Angeles. We'll be back to our full publishing schedule on Monday.

    • Opinion: Cheap Quick Orange Line Improvements Include Express Buses (LAT)
    • Historic Streetcar Station Areas Still Influence Today's L.A. (Zocalo)
    • Looking at Future Projects Through 405's Sepulveda Pass (Let's Go L.A.)
    • L.A. Projected To Be Densest U.S. City in 2025 (Curbed)
    • F.L.O.W. - Feminist Library On Wheels - Bicycles Its Womanist Wares (LAT)
    • Rideshare Companies Under Investigation in L.A. and S.F. (LAT)
    • Free RSVP Now: Livability Rock Star Janette Sadik-Khan To Speak at UCLA October 1 (Eventbrite)
    • Long Beach Again Pursues Electric Buses (LongBeachIze)
    • We Can't Make This Up: GOP Gov Candidate Pays Your Gas to Smash Toy Train (Time)
    • That Projection/Denial Thing: Indiana Toll Road Files For Bankruptcy (Price Tags)
    • Cute Clear S.F. 10 Bicycling Rules Video Applicable to L.A. Cycling (SFBC)

Get National Headlines at Streetsblog USA, Listings From: Today and Yesterday

More Articles From Yesterday From Across the National Streetsblog Sites after the jump:

    • NYC Politician Derisive of Those F---king Bike Lanes (SB NYC)
    • Toronto Active Transpo Advocates Ask Candidates Tough Questions (SB USA)
    • New Census Data on Chicago Bike Commuting (SB Chicago), L.A. Commute Data Here
    • Portland About to Debut European-Style Advisory Bike Lanes (SB Network)
    • Chicago Studies Economic Value of Plazas and Parklets (SB Chicago)
    • Mountain View Planning New Bikeways (SB SF)
    • Florida Adds Bike Lanes To Highway Bridges (SB USA)

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