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Today’s Headlines: Chief Beck Urges Cycling Safety with Metro in P.S.A.

No lecturing cyclists, just a plea for safe driving.
    • Epstein: An Infrastructure Lesson for L.A. at the Hoover Dam (HuffPo)
    • Pasadena Has More Planned for Bikes Than Just This Week (Pasadena Weekly)
    • Hit and Run Driver Runs Down Toddler Leaving Church (LA_Now)
    • Another Wrap of the Pedestrian Symposium and Bicycle Roundtable at Metro Last Week (Be a Green Commuter)
    • Authorities Seek Suspect in Hit and Run Crash Near Rosewood (LA_Now)
    • Daily News Reports on Traffic Impacts of Crash, No Word on Injuries
    • State DOTs Still Stuck in the 1950s, Lobbying Congress for WiderHighways (MTR)
    • Al Roker, Bike Rider Wins T.A./Today Show Commuter Race (NYC Streetsblog)

(Most of the great events this week are associated with Bike to Work Week.  So we're going to skip "The Week in Livable Streets Events."  For more on Bike to Work Week, read our preview article from last Friday.)

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