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    • It's Mobility Monday With Mobility Plan At Council Committees Tomorrow (Biking in L.A.)...Koretz: This Isn't Your Parents' Westwood (HuffPo)
    • More Photos Of Metro Bike-Share Demo (The Source)
    • CicLAvia Opens Culver City This Sunday August 8 (The Source)
    • Metro Boardmembers Excuse Themselves From Votes On Campaign Donation Items (LAT)
    • Opinion: L.A. Transportation Choices Not Making It A Great City (Bloomberg)
    • Orange 20 Is Frustrated About An Unfixed Pothole In A Hauser Blvd Bike Lane
    • What Happens When L.A. Affordability Contracts Exired (KPCC)
    • Denny Zane Really Likes Measure R2 (NRDC Switchboard)
    • City Council To Decide Uber/Lyft LAX Access (KPCC)
    • Carnage: Wrong Way Driver Kills Person On Long Beach Desmond Bridge (ABC7)
    • SFPD Expands Ticketing Safety Focus To Bike and Ped (SBSF)

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