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    • Investing in Place Makes the Case For Metro's Tax To Fund Walking and Bicycling
    • What Trains Bring To Southern California (Zocalo)
    • No Growth Initiative Modified, Moved To 2017 (Better Institutions, LAT)...Supporters Worried NII Would Be Overshadowed By Presidential Race (Preserve L.A.)
    • Disneyland Dynamic Parking Pricing Part Of Larger Business Trend (LAT)
    • L.A. Weekly Looks At Freeway Congestion Data: 405 Not Worst
    • Lukespeaks Questions the Value Of the NIMBY Label
    • Investors Sue Volkswagen Over Emissions Scandal (KPCC)
    • Midnight Ridazz Cyclist Pleads Guilty In Doping Case (San Gabriel Valley Tribune)
    • New Shifting Bike Culture Tumblr Stories Show Lack Of Inclusive Bicycling Spaces
    • Valley Rail Opposition Spurs CAHSR Realignment (KPCC)

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