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    • Metro's Sales Tax Plan Fueled By Prop 13 (CP&DR)
    • West Hollywood Soft-Launches Bike-Share, Four Stations Open (LAist)
    • More Trains Are Good, But May Not End Expo Line Crowding (KPCC)
    • Move L.A. Video: Transit Is Better Than Tinder
    • Supervisors Approve First Phase Of K-Town County Property Redevelopment (LAT)
    • Carnage: Multi-Car Crash Kills One On 5 Freeway In Irvine (LAT)
    • CiclaValley Contrasts Attitudes Toward Cycling - L.A. vs. O.C.
    • New DTLA Arts District Park Taking Shape (Urbanize)
    • An Olympic Bike Crash Does Not Mean Every Cyclist Must Wear Helmet (TreeHugger)
    • What To Do About America's Worst Bus Stops (Human Transit)

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