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    • Metrolink Approves 3% Rate Hike (Ventura County Star)
    • Tom Vanderbilt: Why Trains Run Slower Than in the 1920's (Slate)
    • George Will Goes Off on Ray LaHood for Promoting Transportation Choices (Newsweek)
    • What Makes a City Bike Friendly?  Ask Davis, CA (Wired)
    • Fixed-Gear Culture Finds Home in Venice (Times)
    • Bratton Threatens Less Cops to Councilmen Voting Against Increased Funding (Daily News)
    • More on the LAPD's Handling of Hummer v Bike (Mikey Walley, Brayj Against the Machine, Metblogs)
    • Designing Streets for Cars Doesn't Help the Elderly and Disabled (Cap'n Transit via
    • Visit Los Angeles!  With It's Thriving Transit, Pedestrian and Bike Culture (Seattle Times)
    • Metro Re-Thinking How to Use Private Security After Series of Beatings (Times)
    • Profile Photog Contest Winners! (Streetsblog)
    • How I'm Voting for Transportation Tomorrow (Street Heat)

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