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Fourth Street Bicycle Boulevard design concept for 4th Street at Catalina Street in Koreatown, Los Angeles. Image: Aaron Kuehn
    • LAT: No on Prop. 23 to Overturn State Greenhouse Gas Law
    • LAT: No on Prop. 22 to Protect Transit Funds from State Raids
    • Brown and Whitman Face Off on TV (LAT)
    • New Lanes on I-5 Will Do little for Cyclists, Pedestrians (LA_Now)
    • Major Bus Cuts in South and Southeast L.A. Are a Slap at Civil Liberties (BRU Blog)
    • USDOT Hints at Support for 30/10 (The Source)
    • Downtown Streetcar Could Cost $100 Million.  Who's Going to Pay? (Downtown News)
    • A More Positive Review of Friday's Critical Mass (Engaged Observer)
    • Words to Blog By: If You Mean "Car" Say "Car" (Human Transit)
    • Segway Corporate Owner Rides “Off-Road” Segway Model Off a Cliff (NY Daily News)

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