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8:44 AM PDT on March 24, 2015

    • Right-on-Red Turns Getting In the Way Of L.A. Pedestrians (Red Queen)
    • Your Measure R Dollars At Work: Widening Freeways In Calabasas (The Source)
    • Express Lane Toll Charges Not Quite Enough To Keep Congestion Out (LAT)
    • Pop-Up Chandler Protected Bike Lane A Hit At CicLAvia (LADOT Bike Blog)CicLAvia Is Great For Business (HuffPo)What CicLAvia Means For the San Fernando Valley (CiclaValley)
    • Metro Studies Ridership Decline, Fails To Look For Correlation To Cut Service, Fare Hike (The Source)
    • L.A. Council Expected To Approve More Proactive Street Cleaning (KPCC)
    • First New Rail Car Delivered To New Gold Line Maintenance Yards (The Source)
    • Need Many CicLAvias To Overthrow Tyranny Of the Car (Boyonabike)
    • How Eagle Rock Fought the 134 Freeway (Walk Eagle Rock)

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