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8:36 AM PDT on May 19, 2015

    • L.A. CD4 and School Board Run-Off Elections TODAY (KPCC)Bike the Vote Endorsement: Carolyn Ramsay For City Council
    • Long Beach Records Steady Increase In Bicycling 2008-2014 (LAT)
    • Metro Developing Active Transportation Funding Strategy (Investing in Place)
    • All-Door Boarding 8-Week Test at Wilshire-Vermont and Wilshire-Westwood (The Source)
    • KCET Summarizes the Latest On the Glendale-Hyperion Bridge Debacle
    • L.A. Construction Spending Highest In Three Decades (KPCC)
    • Metro Settles Lawsuit $4.25M To Ped Hit By Gold Line Near Southwest Museum (LAT)
    • LADOT Publishes New City Bikeways Maps (LADOT Bike Blog)
    • Community Groups Urge Active Transportation At SGV Council of Gov'ts (Investing in Place)
    • Helicopter Noise Remains A Big Issue For Angelenos (Curbed)
    • Union Station Photos Honor Hard-Working Women, Including Supervisor Solis (The Source)
    • IMF Report: Fossil Fuel Subsidies Massive, Fostering Climate Change (Systemic Failure)
    • Ethan Elkind On Santa Monica's TOD Backlash (Santa Monica Next)

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