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    • Shane Phillips Analyses Population Around Metro Stations (Urban One)
    • Alissa Walker Plans for Car-Free #StreetsR4Families Parenting (Medium)
    • More On L.A.'s Plan For Repaving and Parking Lots To Accept Credit (DNCurbed)
    • Carnage: Downtown L.A. Wrong Way Freeway Driver Crashes, Kills 2 (CBS)City of Paramount Street Racing Driver Crashes, Kills 1 (LAT)Riverside Drugged Driver Kills Pedestrian in Crosswalk (LAT)
    • Santa Monica Council Unanimously Approves Bike Share (Santa Monica Next)
    • Walnut City Council Opposes Mt. SAC Parking Structure (Pasadena Star News)
    • Bicyclist Busts 9 'War on Cars' Myths (Wired)
    • Tom Explores the Riverside-Figueroa Bridge Demolition (Curbed)
    • Study: SF Car Traffic Is Declining (SB SF)
    • Double-Buffer Bike Lanes on Chicago's North Elston (SB NYC)
    • A Look At the First Year of NYC Vision Zero (SB NYC)

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