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  • Spectrum Interviews Streets Are For Everyone (SAFE) Founder Damian Kevitt
  • Caltrans Considers PCH Bikeway Alternatives, Including $47M Raised Lanes (Watchdog)
  • Meeting Tomorrow: Caltrans Considers Bike/Ped Upgrades On Western In South Bay (Daily Breeze)
  • Rebecca Grossman Sentenced To 15 Years For Crash Killing Two Peds (Biking in L.A., LAT, LAist, KTLA, ABC7)
  • L.A. City Council Considers Robo-Car Regulations (KABC)
  • Taming LAX's Traffic Nightmare (LAT)
  • Bike Culver City To Screen “Biking While Black” This Thursday (CC Crossroads)
  • L.A. Removes Anti-Gay-Cruising Signage In Silver Lake (Eastsider, Daily News)
  • Tarzana "Snoopy Bridge" Elementary School Ped Bridge Gets Makeover (LAist, Daily News)
  • Carnage: Hit-and-Run Driver Injures Pedestrian In South L.A. (2UrbanGirls)
    • Apparent DUI Wrong-way Freeway Driver In Sunland Taken Into Custody (KTLA)
  • Pasadena Council Approves Arroyo Hiking Trail Funds (Pasadena Now)
  • CA Court Decides Against Ride-Hail Companies, Allowing Legislative Restrictions (LAT, LAist)

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