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Today’s Headlines: Mayor Speaks on 30/10, Debating Bike to Work Week

5:17 AM PDT on May 18, 2010

5_18_10_metro.jpgAftet the Bike to Work Week Press Event. Photo: Luis Inzunza/Metro
    • Streetscast: Villaraigosa Talks Measure R, "30 in 10" and How He Needs New Friends Yesterday (You Tube)
    • White House Stymies Oberstar on Transportation Bill (Politico)
    • More on the "Opening Ceremonies" of Bike to Work Week (KPCC, Blogdowntown, LAist, LA_Now)
    • Stephen Box: No More Bike to Work Day! (City Watch)
    • Santa Monica Adds 170 New Bike Racks Downtown (Daily Press)
    • Next American City and GOOD Sing the Praises of L.A.'s Department of D.I.Y.
    • Metro Taking Questions in Advance for 405 "Online Chat" (The Source)
    • UCLA survey questions reveal parking and biking biases (Meek Adjustments)
    • A Peak Inside the Hollywood and Vine TOD (The Source)
    • Claremont Student Builds Velodrome for Senior Thesis (LAT)
    • Southland Gas Prices Dip Again (Daily News)
    • Slate, Tom Vanderbilt Weigh Benefits and Dangers of Speed-Driven Emergency Response
    • 6 Cyclists Run Down in Broad Daylight on Quebec Highway; 3 Die (Montreal Gazette 1, 2, 3)
    • Oil Spill Threatens South Florida; Obama to Launch Independent Probe (NYT)

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