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    • Santa Monica Wants To Know Where You Want Bike Share Stations (Santa Monica Next)SMDP Isn't Quite Clear on the Whole Bike Share Concept
    • Councilmember Bernard Parks Celebrates 100 Sidewalk Repairs Complete (LAT)
    • OC's San Clemente Becoming Bike-Friendly (OC Register)
    • NHTSA: Recall Car Airbags That Fire Metal Shrapnel (KPCC)
    • Uber Exec Retaliation Comments Reflect Troubling Corporate Culture (NYT)
    • Remaining Non-Traffic-Choked L.A. Neighborhoods Can't Hack Waze (Gizmodo)
    • Very Clever Very Sad Visualization of Our Dangerous Streets (Vox)
    • Vision Zero Primer, In Case Your Friends, Family, or Planning Dept Don't Understand the Term:Original Vision Zero Straight Out of Sweden - Watch Vid (Vision Zero Initiative)Editorial: L.A. Can Learn From Sweden's Vision of Zero Traffic Fatalities (LAT)Zero Traffic Deaths Will Means No More Press Conferences Like This Tearjerker (SB NYC)Zero Traffic Deaths Will Require Targeted Infrastructure Changes (SB SF)Editorial: L.A. Needs To Change Way We Think About Safety (SBLA)

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