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8_24_10_turnstile.jpgRemember when everyone hated the idea of turnstiles for Metro? Now everyone hates them in real life. And, they're still a gigantic waste of money. Story: The Daily News Photo: LA Streetsblog
    • T4America Checks in on Last Week's 30/10 Rally...
    • ...While Senator (and Candidate) Boxer Renews Her Support (LAT)
    • But Why Stop at Ten Transit Projects in 30/10, How About 12? (The Source)
    • L.A. Returning to an Era of Shuffeling Pedestrians Under Streets in Creepy Tunnels? (City Watch)
    • Shoup: Minimum Parking Requirements Cause Sprawl and Vice Versa (
    • Fares for the Big Blue Bus Go Up (Green LA Girl)
    • Santa Monica v Clean Tech Over Bike Lane on Public Road Through Private Corporation (LAist)
    • Distrust of City Planning is Nearly Universal (City Watch)
    • More Great Silent Auction Prizes at Wednesday's Fundraiser (Green LA Girl)
    • More on Malibu, Cycling, and the PCH (Biking in L.A.)
    • A GOOD Project, Create a Doodle About a "Day with a Bicycle"

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