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7:55 AM PST on November 18, 2010

...Because the Sun Shines All the Time.  L.A. in November.  Photo:## Girl's Bike## via ## In L.A.##
    • Paper: More Congestion Pricing Sounds Good to Us (LB Post)
    • NIMBY's Run Wild at Metro Board Hearing on Wilshire BRT (Neon Tommy)
    • Katz Steps Down from High Speed Rail Board (LAT, CAHSR Blog)
    • CA Voters Want Balanced Budget, No New Taxes Or Cuts (LAT)
    • Meanwhile Gov. Involved in Pushing Feds for "Unwanted" HSR Funds (SF Streetsblog)
    • A Closer Look at Jobs and Population along the Wilshire Corridor (The Source)
    • Taxpayers Losing Billions on Treasury's Share of GM Stock (WSJ)
    • Mayor's Bike Recommendations Go Back to Metro Board Committee Tomorrow (LADOT Bike Blog)
    • Good News Zozo Fans, He Finally Has His Own Website (Streetfilms)
    • Huntington Beach Considering Facebook Shame for DUI Drivers (LAT)

Speaking of Huntington Beach, Congratulations to Streetsblog and Street Heat Contributor Joe Shaw.  Shaw Won Election to the Huntington Beach City Council Earlier This Month!

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