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8:47 AM PST on February 20, 2015

    • Metro To Begin Wi-Fi Testing On A Few Buses (Curbed)
    • Survey: 1 in 5 Metro Riders Report Unwelcome Sexual Advances (LAT)
    • Survey: 88% of Voters Favor Government Investing In Sidewalk Repair (Investing in Place)
    • Metro Trains Mostly On-Time, Many Bus Lines Run A Bit Late (KPCC)
    • The 710 Freeway Corridor Is Detrimental To Your Health (KCET)
    • Five Truths About the Economic Benefits of Walking (L.A. Walks)
    • 20 Questions Bike Commuters Get and Answer "No" (KCRW)
    • Mariachi Plaza Retail Property For Sale (Eastsider)
    • A Few Locals Express Hostility To Upcoming Valley CicLAvia (CiclaValley)
    • L.A. City Planning Dept Recirculating Mobility Plan EIR (LA2B)
    • Recent CA Gas Price Dip Is Over (CAHSR Blog)CA Planning To Reduce Gas Tax, Per Complicated Swap Law (Planetizen)
    • CAHSR Sets Off Global Competition to Supply Rail Cars (Bloomberg)
    • L.A.'s Intricate Highway System Surely A Draw To NFL Teams (Onion)
    • Mainstream TV Pundit Gets Lots Of Bike Helmet Law Issues Wrong (SBSF)Which Way L.A.? Hosts More Folks Who Get Helmet Law Issues Wrong

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