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    • Flying Pigeon Takes A Look At L.A.'s Conflict Zones
    • Status Report One Year Into Metro Crenshaw-LAX Line Construction (The Source)
    • CicLAvia Prepping For March Event In the Valley (Ciclavalley)
    • Developer Palmer Seeks Private Pedestrian Bridge on Broadway (Downtown News)
    • Electric Bus Manufacturer BYD Profiled By LAT
    • How A 1937 Landslide Destroyed the Last Riverside-Figueroa Bridge (KCET)
    • Use Of Car As A Deadly Weapon (KTLA)
    • Very Handsome New Pedestrian Bridges (CityLab)
    • Seattle Walking-While-Black Arrest Incident: Pedestrian Using Golf Club As Cane (Washington Post)
    • Great Vintage Bicycle Advertisements (Momentum)
    • What Dan Savage Thinks Of Superbowl Car Commercials (@fakedansavage Twitter)
    • Walking Used To Just Be How Kids Got To School (CityLab)

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