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    • Two Bike Shop Owners Talk About the Struggle of Independent Bike Shops (Bike Talk)
    • Metro Has a Plan for the Chargers (The Source)
    • Culver City Considers Protected Bikeway from Expo Station to Downtown Strip (KPCC)
    • CAHSR Blog Casts Shade at Report Warning of Cost Overruns for CAHSR...
    • ...The LAT Has a Slightly Different Take
    • Palos Verdes Cyclists Demand "Full Use of Lane" (PV Cycling)
    • Phillips: Local Housing Construction in a Slump, not Boom (LAT)
    • Daily News Backs Quick Approval for "Sustainable" Projects
    • 6 Things You Need to Know About the Subway to the Sea (Curbed)

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