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Eyes on the Street: Sharrows and bike lanes installed in the Northvale Gap complete the interim connections for the Expo Line bike path. Photos by Jonathan Weiss
Eyes on the Street: Sharrows and bike lanes installed in the Northvale Gap complete the interim connections for the Expo Line bike path. Photos by Jonathan Weiss
Eyes on the Street: Sharrows and bike lanes installed in the Northvale Gap complete the interim connections for the Expo Line bike path. Photos by Jonathan Weiss
    • Great Christopher Hawthorne Interview on Affordability, Urbanism, River+ (Boom)
    • Militant Angeleno's Guide To Sunday's CicLAvia Southeast Cities...Check Out CicLAvia's Own Guide Map Too
    • Short Explainer Video On Expo Line Phase 2 (KCRW DnA Facebook)...How To Bus or Bike To Expo 2 (The Source)...Train vs. Car Collision On Expo 2 in Santa Monica, No Injuries (SMDP)
    • KPCC Graphs Metro Transit Punctuality/Tardiness
    • Glendale Driver Pleads Not Guilty To Assaulting Cyclists, Lying To Police (Daily News)
    • New Glendora Shuttle May Ease Azusa Gold Line Free Parking Issues (The Source)
    • TRIP Calls For More Transportation Funding For L.A. (ABC7)
    • Metrolink Offers Cyclists Free Train Rides During Bike Week (SGV Tribune)
    • Metrolink Schedule Changes Effective June 6 (Metrolink) With New Perris Valley Line
    • Report: Santa Monica, WeHo Street Paving Among Best In L.A. County (WeHoVille)
    • Neighborhood Integrity Initiative Is Lying To You (Better Institutions)
    • Beverly Hills Launches Bike-Share - 1o Stations, 50 Bikes (Breeze Facebook)
    • Let's Go L.A. Critiques Jane Jacobs

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