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5:22 AM PDT on October 13, 2009

    • Television Station Stunned That Syncing Traffic Signals Didn't "Solve" Congestion (KNBC)
    • Congestion Is Good for the Environment (Wall Street Journal)
    • Despite Budget Disaster, No Cuts for LAPD (Times)
    • Is New Drunk Driving Bill Actually a Gift to Deadly Drivers? (Daily News)
    • Gold Line Extension Land Grab Is On (Curbed)
    • Burbank Getting Another Bike Trail (Burbank Leader)
    • 5 Things Politicians Can Do for Transportation in L.A. (City Watch)
    • Beware of the NFL (LAist)
    • Sydney Newspaper Rides the Beach Path from Malibu to Torrance (Sydney Morning Herald)

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