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9:27 AM PDT on October 7, 2009

    • Dr. Alex Thompson explains what the bike plan is and why it matters. (Westside Bikeside)
    • Yes, cyclists have to signal, but not if it risks their safety. (Road Rights) via (Bicycling)
    • Venice's bike coop goes begging for a coffeemaker. (Bikerowave)
    • SoCal cyclists remember Joseph Novotny with a Ride of Silence. (The Signal)
    • Missouri DOT offers time-lapse video showing why roads deteriorate - and what they cost to maintain. (Infrastructurist)
    • New Zealand cyclists call for an end to cyclist-bashing. (Voxy)
    • L.A. hometown tourists take a spin down Mullholland Drive. (Travelin' Local)
    • The Cyclists' Bill of Rights receives near unanimous approval from the Neighborhood Council Action Summit. (SoapBoxLA)
    • Burbank's new bike master plan threatens to put L.A.'s plan to shame. (LACBC)
    • An Altadena elementary school actually encourages its students to walk - yes, walk! - to class. (Pasadena Star News) via (AltadenaBlog)
    • Yet more public meetings about public transit; this time rail from Downtown to Long Beach via LAX and the Southbay, (LAist)
    • A judge expunges Mel Gibson's DUI conviction; his reputation is another matter. (Times)
    • An elderly Montebello woman and her dog killed by a hit-and-run driver. (Times)

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