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8:24 AM PST on November 30, 2009

    • Holiday Carnage: 30 Killed on CA Highways...Over Holiday Weekend (LA Now)
    • One Ped. Killed at Rail Crossing in Glendale Creates Calls for Closure (Glendale News Press)
    • Lightning Strikes Twice, Times Writes on CicLAvia, Again (Times)
    • LADOT: 6,499 Miles of Roads in L.A. Bike Plam: 28 Miles of New Bike Lanes (CICLE)
    • Better Signage Could Also Make City Safer for Cyclists (GOOD)
    • Comment Period for City's Official Bike Plan Officially Moved to January (Westside BikeSIDE)
    • Glendale Using Metro Funds for Bike Lanes (Glendale News Press)
    • Where Are the Landmark Infrastructure Projects? (NYT)
    • Human Transit Holds Fascinating Debate on Usefulness of BRT, a BRT Planning F.A.Q., and Notes from a BRT Planner.
    • This Will Be the Most Intensely Reported Incident of Careless Driving in a Long Time (CNN)

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