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9:04 AM PST on December 18, 2014

    • Protected Bike Lanes All Over the U.S., Including Temple City (People4Bikes)
    • Carnage: Car Crash Kills Three Peds in Redondo Beach (Daily Breeze)
    • LACBC Announces New Executive Director Tamika Butler (SM Spoke)
    • Councilmember Gil Cedillo North Figueroa Snub Commentary All Over:Cedillo Attacking Constituents One Percent At A Time (Across L.A.)LOL Meme: Cedillo Snubs Mayor Garcetti's Great Streets Initiative (Flying Pigeon Twitter)Cedillo Labels Cyclists as Bullies (Biking In L.A.)Cedillo Ruling By Tantrumocracy (Flying Pigeon)ICYMI In Spanish, Actual Corrido Tells the Sad Cedillo Tale (SBLA Lite Tumblr)
    • The Waze App Causing Cut-Through Traffic Story All Over Too (KPCC, KCRW)
    • Residential TOD Project Planned Just South East of NoHo Metro Station (Building L.A.)
    • Cartoon and Opinion: CA High Speed Rail for Our Grandchildren (LAT)
    • Downtown Railyard Complicating L.A. River Revitalization Price Tag (KCET)
    • Truck Side-Guards Could Save Bicyclists Lives (SB NYC)

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