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    • Now Official: Cedillo Faces CD1 Runoff vs. "Trendy Hippy" Bray-Ali (KPCC)...Bike-Friendly Candidates Rodriguez, Torossian In CD7  Runoff (Biking in L.A.)
    • L.A. Magazine and The Source Preview Sunday's Venice-Culver City CicLAvia
    • TransitCenter Interviews LADOT General Manager Seleta Reynolds
    • Winnetka Vacant Lot Could Become River Path Link (Urbanize)
    • How Driverless Vehicles Could Affect Commute Time (Let's Go L.A.)
    • Garcetti Calls For State To Fund Road Repairs (KPCC)
    • Denver Trys To Tackle Transit's First-Last Mile Issues (SB Denver)

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