Today’s headlines

  • CD11 Councilmember Bill Rosendahl won’t run for re-election to focus on cancer recovery  (L.A. Times)
  • CA Senators Boxer and Feinstein call for federal investigation into recent gas price spike (KCBS)
  • California gas prices continue their record rise, but at a slower pace (Daily Breeze)
  • High gas prices encourage some drivers to discover mass transit (KPCC)
  • The sometimes anti-bike LA Weekly names Orange 20 Bikes the city’s best bike shop
  • CicLAvia — or maybe CicPVvia? — comes to Claremont and Pomona next spring (CLR Effect)
  • Dodger Stadium traffic has been a challenge for 51 years; not this fall, though (LA Observed)
  • No surprise — Angelenos drove more during Carmageddon II: The Sequal (Pacific Palisades Patch)
  • Downtown gets its first Target later this week (LA Curbed)
  • Bikes hardly ever knock out power to two dozen homes when they crash (Daily Breeze)
  • An envious Toronto considers its own ciclovía, quoting our own Damien Newton (Globe and Mail)

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