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    • LADOT Agrees to work with Neighborhood Councils on Speed Limkits (City Watch)
    • Funding Short for Pro-Measure R Campaign (Bottleneck Blog)
    • Supervisors Criticize Metro's Glossy "Informational" Measure R Brochures as Biased (Daily News)
    • BRU Slaps Greuel Over Bus Only Lane.  Greuel Slaps Back. (Bottleneck Blog)
    • Metro Bus Drivers Use Phone While Driving (Bus Bench)
    • Copenhagen Opens More Street Space to Bikes (Treehugger)
    • Yglesias: DC Truck Gridlock Makes the Case for Congestion Pricing (WaPo)
    • Plate Rationing to Keep 800K Cars Off Beijing Streets (Treehugger)
    • Ford Feature Allows Parents to Limit Teen Speeds ... to 80 MPH (NYT)
    • Man Towed Fake Missile Through Lincoln Tunnel as Cops "Saluted" (Post)

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