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    • Expo Overcrowding Relief Is Coming December 2016 (KPCC)
    • CiclaValley's Video Lowlights From the Week's Bike-Commute
    • Flying Pigeon Likes the Road Diet Planned For 6th Street
    • The Source Tries Out the New Arcadia Transit-to-Trails Shuttle
    • Consumers Are Not That Excited About Self-Driving Cars (LAT)
    • As L.A. Repairs Sidewalks, Trees Are Critical For A Greener, Healthier, Walkable City (Investing in Place)

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