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    • The LAT's Mobility Plan Maps Are Worth More Than One Look
    • Newspaper, Community, Admits They Don't Really Pay Attention to What's Happening (Los Feliz Ledger)
    • Enough with Freaking Out About Car Lanes! Let's Talk Vision Zero (Biking in L.A.)
    • Forbes Seems to Think Vision Zero Is a Great Thing, "Hopefully This Will Spread"
    • Wait a Second...We Might Get the Hollywood Cap Park Out of an Olympic Games? (LAT)
    • Santa Monica Needs Affordable TOD Just to Maintain Current Stock (Next)
    • Audit Finds Caltrans Employees Playing Golf, Sending Personal Emails on Work Time (SF Gate)
    • Years Ago Metro Changed Its Logo So It Didn't Confuse People Across the Country (City Lab)
    • El Monte Bike Hub Opens on September 14 (The Source)

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