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Today’s Headlines and Last Friday Around the Streetsblogs

8:44 AM PST on November 16, 2009

Today's Headlines

    • Story on Pedestrian Safety Includes LAPD Quote That Crosswalks Give Peds. a "False Sense of Security" (Sundial)
    • Commuter Rail Suffering Because of Gov.'s Obsession with HSR (Times)
    • Debate Over Subway Route "Wilshire or WeHo?" (Times)
    • Pimp My Bus Ride (Time)
    • Bus Service Getting Slashed in the O.C. (Register)
    • How Much Money Did Michael Jackson Memorial Cost City, and When Are We Getting Reimbursed? (Daily News)
    • Dutch Drivers Get Mileage Tax (Wired)
    • L.A. Cyclists, Take This Survey (Street Heat

Last Friday Around the Streetsblogs

    • Hesitation and Praise Greet Obama's Transit Safety Plan (DC)
    • Portland's Greenstreets Program a Sterling Best-Practices Model (SF)
    • Senate Dems. Still Obsessed with Coal Burning Utilities (DC)
    • Transit in Trouble Photo Gallery (DC)
    • Cool Gallery of "No Parking" Signs (SF)
    • Help Uncover the Truth about Traffic Violence (NYC)

More Headlines at DC Streetsblog.  Links on yesterday's festivities coming momentarily.

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