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5:48 AM PDT on June 3, 2010

Screen_shot_2010_06_03_at_6.36.51_AM.pngGraphic from Be a Green Commuter Blog on how to ride transit to campus.
    • Four Cops from Last Friday's Critical Mess Put on Desk Duty (LAT, LA Weekly)
    • More on Tuesday's LABAC/LAPD Meeting (LAist, KPCC)
    • City should implement bike lanes in response to LAPD Critical Mass brutality (Eco-Village)
    • Bicyclists Sue City of Seattle Over Crashes on Streetcar Tracks (The Seattle Times, Bike Portland)
    • City Officials Ponder Future of Clean Tech Corridor (Downtown News)
    • First "Official" Historic Studies of Route 66 Kick Off Next Weekend (LAT)
    • Complete Streets, Transit-Oriented Development Top Grist List for Kicking Offshore Oil Habit ...
    • ... Obama Admin Not Nearly as Decisive (Post, News), Though We Won't Be Nuking the Gulf (NYT)
    • Mini-Apartments Becoming Option for Classy Areas (LAT)
    • When a Professional Cyclist is Killed in S.B.; Lawyers Claim an Accident (SB Sun via Biking in L.A.)

(Yesterday, I accidentally listed a story, Musings on Trends and Challenges of Increased Transit Use, as written by me that was by Dana Gabbard.  My bad. - DN)

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