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    • Bicycling Interviews Watts East Side Riders' John Jones
    • San Fernando Valley Voters Support For Measure R2 Polls At 75 Percent (Daily News)
    • Even With Emerging Rail, L.A. Still Needs Parking Reform (Planetizen)
    • Protected Bike Lanes Coming To Spring and Main Streets (Downtown News)
    • Beverly Hills Developing Driverless Vehicle Fleet For First/Last Mile (Government Fleet)
    • Rents Are Rising All Over Southern California (KPCC)
    • Biking in L.A. Says Don't Blame Road Diet For Ped Deaths
    • L.A. Weekly Steps Into L.A.'s Urban Stair Walking Events
    • Sharp Drop In U.S. Auto Sales Indicator Of Economy In Decline (LAT)
    • Bike-Friendly Sahli-Wells Re-Elected To Culver City Council (@bikethevote Twitter)...Full Municipal Election Results (KPCC)
    • Where Would You Put Bike-Share Stations In West Hollywood? (WeHoVille)
    • CiclaValley Revisits Site Of Fallen Cyclist Cairo Castaneda

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