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What happens when you build more infrastructure than you can maintain. Via twitter.com/MiceliConsult
    • SoapBox Wraps Up Bikeside Speaks!
    • Policy Changes Coming from LAPD//Cyclist Task Force (SoapBox)
    • Your Stimulus Dollars At Work, LACBC Hiring a "Bike Wrangler" (LACBC Blog
    • Gold Line Fillmore Station Redesign Almost Complete (Brigham Yen)
    • 'Click It Or Ticket' Campaign Underway Again (Daily News)
    • Oil Rig Proposal in Santa Barbara Relying on Support at Ballot Box (LAT)
    • Feds Powerless to Contain BP Oil Leak (NYT)
    • ...But They Can Reduce Oil Dependence (Grist)
    • Does Rich Guy Rift Damage NFL Stadium's Chances? (Biz Journal via Curbed)
    • Maximum Sentence in USC Hit and Run (LAT)
    • The Sentencing of Adrianna Bachan's Killers Is Major News (Google)
    • Yglesias Reports on Shanghai's Contraflow Bike Lanes

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