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On L.A. Street, It's Not Easy Being Green (For Bikes)

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Even if you've never been to Los Angeles, you've probably seen Spring Street. According to some, the downtown street is probably the most-filmed roadway in all of L.A. The street's fame may be waning, however, all because of one bright green bike lane. Host Rachel Martin speaks with Paul Audley, the president of Film L.A., about the problem.
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