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    • County Bicycle And Pedestrian Count Kicks Off (KPCC)
    • EPA Calls 710 Freeway Tunnel Studies Inadequate (Press-Telegram)
    • Metro Looking At Various Options For West Santa Ana Branch Rail (Urbanize L.A.)
    • What Metro's Bike-Share Bikes Will Look Like (SBLA Tumblr)
    • Beijing And L.A. Commit To Low-Carbon Planning, Transportation, And Technology (LAT)
    • Metrolink Improving Crossings In Simi Valley And Moorpark (LAT)
    • Rain Means More Crashes On So Cal Roads (Pasadena Star News)
    • Carnage: Big Rig Crash On 710 Kills One (KPCC)
    • What Frank Gehry Involvement Could Mean For L.A. River (L.A. Weekly)

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