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7:59 AM PDT on November 2, 2010

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    • L.B. Police Ruining City's Bike-Friendly Rep. After Critical Mass Disaster (LAist, LA_Now, Press-Telegram)
    • Public Safety Committee Backs Proposal for "Anti-Harassment" Ordinance for Bikes (Daily Breeze)
    • Bike Plan Goes Before Planning Commission Thursday (LADOT Bike Blog)
    • City Spends a Lot of Time on Potholes without Fixing the Problem (City Watch)
    • How Lime Wire's Shutdown Effects LASB (It Doesn't...) (Alt Transport)
    • Fred Camino Was Also at Mobility 21 (The Source)
    • You Know What L.A. Needs?  A (Third) Giant Football Stadium (Daily News)
    • Alpern: On Transpo. R's Have No Heart, D's Have No Brain (City Watch)
    • Sarah Goodyear Interviews Angela Glover Blackwell on Transportation and Social Justice (Grist)
    • LAT: “Oil and Tobacco Companies Face Off Against Environmentalists Over Prop 26″
    • Stewart's Insane Analogy Comparing Americans to Their Cars (Grist)
    • A Battle Over Public Beach Access in the 'Bu (LAT)

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