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9:56 AM PDT on April 7, 2008

    • Zev Yaroslavsky, LA's Anti-Density Warrior (Times)
    • London's Congestion Charge a Model for US Cities? (Times)
    • OCTA Dumps $40 Million More into 22 Widening (Register)
    • 8 Billion Reasons to Ride a Bicycle (Emerald City)
    • Taxi's Tired of Restrictions (Times)
    • Privatized 710 Project Could Come at "No Cost to Taxpayers" (Whittier Daily News)
    • California Needs Rail, Not Roads (Planetizen)
    • Citizens on Patrol Policing Roads on Weekends (Times)
    • Miles of Traffic Lights Synchronized (The Signal)
    • Two LAPD Officers Injured in Freeway Crash (Times)
    • More Traffic Circles in DC Suburbs (WaPo)

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