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    • LA Weekly Looks in on What Should Be in Measure R2
    • River Revitalization Plans Spur Fears of Gentrification and Displacement (The Nation)
    • 11-Year-Old Cycling Sage Matty Grossman Gets His First LAT Editorial
    • More On Griffith Park Not Opening Car-Free Roads (Curbed via (CicLAValley)
    • In SaMo, the College Kids Love Their Breeze Bikes (SMCC Corsair)
    • Ciclovías In LB, Lawndale, Downey, SE Cities/Watts, Santa Monica, SGV (The Source)
    • Spectacular Five Car Crash In Van Nuys (KTLA5)
    • Landofrye Was Disappointed At the Recent Foothill Gold Line Opening
    • Letters: I Didn't See Her Is Not a Valid Excuse (LAT)
    • Caught on Tape, Woman Admits to Causing Hit and Run Crash in Phoenix (Fox10)

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