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8:23 AM PST on December 18, 2009

    • Metro, Pols, Making the Case for Connector in Congress (The Source, LAist)
    • Metrolink Will Receive Crash-Resistant Cars Next Month (Times)
    • It Could Be Worse.  Average Commute in China is Twice as Long as in U.S. (Economist)
    • Burbank City Council Approves Bike Plan (Glendale News Press)
    • California Only State Where Auto-Loan Payments Aren't Decreasing (KCBS)
    • Video: First Day of Service on Silver Line (The Source)
    • Walkable Development: The Most Direct Route to Curbing Auto Emissions (Globe)
    • Remember the Hathaway/Bike Crash Story?  Turns Out the Cyclist Was Paparazzi (Bike Radar)
    • Crash on Sunset Injures Two Peds., Driver (KPCC)
    • Gotta Love Syndication: Gottlieb's Bike Op/Ed Appears in Delaware Newspaper (Delaware Online)

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