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    • Today's Times Puff Piece on the Efforts to Clean the Ports.  No Mention of VMT.
    • Sac. Bee Columnist Really Wants More Highway Expansion, Especially on the 710
    • Goodmon: How Can Villaraigosa Call for Transit Unity When He's Shafting South L.A.? (Fix Expo)
    • Scag Boss: Just Because There Is a Recession, There's No Need to Stop Widening Highways (Press-Enterprise)
    • Women Kills Child, Maims Family While Turning Into Crosswalk.  No Charges Filed (Times
    • Know Your Transportation Lobbyists, the American Trucking Association (DC Streetsblog)
    • High Speed Rail Is Good for the Environment (Curbed)
    • Study: Cyclists Cause Fewer Than 10 Percent of Bike/Car Collisions (TreeHugger)

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