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5:02 AM PDT on October 12, 2009

(Streetsblog traditionally doesn't publish on Columbus Day.  We'll have three guest writers on Tuesday through Thursday before I make my full-time return on Friday.)

    • There's Still Some Safety Glitches to Get Worked Out on Gold Line Eastside (Curbed)
    • Gov. Vetoes Legislation Eliminating Surface Route for 710 Extension (LA Now)
    • 23 CA Congressmen Cheer State's High-Speed Rail Application (BizWire)
    • Pedestrian Killed in Hit-and-Run in Watts (LA Now)
    • City Ignores Bike Planning Guideline, We Need a Stronger Plan (Soap Box)
    • Want to Help Struggling Busineses?  Install More Bike Racks (Santa Monica Daily Press)
    • SF and NYC Celebrate Walk to School Day.  Whither L.A.?

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