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9:10 AM PDT on August 6, 2015

    • Santa Monica Breeze Bike-Share Website Goes Live, Accepting $ For Memberships (Santa Monica Next)
    • Militant Angeleno Previews This Sunday's CicLAvia Culver City to Venice Route...Like Many Pre-First-CicLAvia Businesses, Tito's Tacos Expects Few Customers (The Front Page)
    • Metro YouTube Videos Preview Bike-Share (Launching "Summer" 2016 Now) and TAP website
    • Metro Customer Surveys Now Distinguish Skateboards from Bikes (The Source)
    • Daily Bruin Covers Mobility Plan Committee Approval, With Westwood Focus
    • L.A. To Turn Ontario Airport Back To Ontario and San Bernardino County (LAT)
    • Flying Pigeon Experiences the Familiar Disappointment At L.A City's Bicycle Advisory Committee
    • CiclaValley Rides the Dominguez Channel Bike Path
    • L.A. City Council Says No To Uber Service To LAX (LAT)
    • Australian Dispute: AECOM Settles $B Lawsuit Over Faulty Traffic Predictions (Aus Biz Review)(since posting, that article was paywalled off - here's earlier WSJ coverage)

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