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    • Survey: 17 Million Americans May Have Driven Drunk in the Last Year (Bloomberg)
    • More Car Culture News: More Toyotas Dangerous (WSJ)
    • Victory in the Valley!  LADOT to Install 2 More Miles of Bike Lanes on Wilbur (LADOT Bike Blog)
    • Some Progress on Train to LAX (Curbed)
    • Giant Grand Avenue Project Short on Funds (LAT)
    • Delays for Hollywood Target (LAist)
    • Where You Can and Can't Ride a Bike on the Sidewalk in South Bay (LADOT Bike Blog)
    • Scooter Riders Seem to Think It's Reasonable to Motor in the Bike Lane (Transpo Nation)
    • CicLAvia Gives You a Public Places To Do List for 10/10/10
    • HOV Widening Project for the I-10 Underway (Daily News)
    • CARnage Claims Nun, Wounds Ambassador and Priest on Mullholland Highway (Daily News)
    • Comrades!  Our Navy Is Ready! (Holy Kaw)

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