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8:01 AM PDT on October 14, 2008


    • LAPD Lets Buses, Other Cops, Run Red Lights (Bus Bench)
    • Down to the Big Two in Detroit? GM and Chrysler May Merge (NYT)
    • California Opens New Ethanol Plant (San Francisco Chronicle)
    • Obama Stimulus Plan Would Double Loan Guarantees for Car Makers (NYT)
    • Will Americans Stop Believing That Higher Gas Prices Are Here to Stay? (Time)
    • NJ Turnpike Authority Votes to Raise Tolls (AP, MTR)


    • OCTA Ridership Still Soaring (OC Metro
    • Are LA's Parking Minimums Hurting the City? (Curbed
    • Bus Bench's Simon For High Speed Rail and Measure R  
    • Transit LA: Yes on Measure R 
    • As Gas Prices Fall, Will Car Culture Rebound? (Daily News)


    • LAPD's War Against Non-Drivers Continues (Angelinic)
    • Global Car Sales May 'Collapse' Next Year (Reuters
    • What's Not To Like About Metro's "Congestion Pricing? (CityWatch)
    • USC Prof.: SoCal Trains Unsafe and Underfunded (Times)
    • Shares of Auto Makers Take Huge Hit (NYT)
    • Exhurban Nation Predicts Measure R Will Fail
    • Bike Commute Benefit Wasn't Enough to Win Blumenauer's Support for Bailout (NYT)


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