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9:03 AM PST on February 13, 2015

    • SBLA's Damien Newton Talks Bikes On KFI Radio
    • CD14 Race Draws Sharp Livability-Transportation Distinctions Between Huizar and Molina (LAT)
    • CiclaValley Recaps Last Night's Metro Bike Program Info Meeting
    • Ground Floor Retail, Parklet, and Mural Re-Make DTLA Parking Structure (DTLA Rising)
    • Proposed Korean American National Museum Adds TOD Housing, Parking (Building L.A.)
    • Let's Go L.A. Makes A Case For More Short High-Rise Density
    • South Pasadena Considering Road Diet Safety For Monterey Road (BikeSGV)
    • LongBeachIze Takes the Proposed CA Mandatory Bike Helmet Law To TaskBiking in L.A. Strongly Against CA Helmet Bill, Too
    • Christopher Hawthorne: L.A. Moving Into Post-Car-Dependent Third Era (KPCC)
    • Santa Monica Bike Share Will Be "Breeze" (SM Lookout)
    • Gruber: SM Acts As “Leave It To Beaver” Suburb, When It's Part Of Megalopolis' Core (Santa Monica Next)
    • This Handsome Police Bike Photo Is Making the Rounds (Metro UK)
    • Great Doug Saunders "Arrival Cities" Lecture (Price Tags)

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