Today’s Headlines

  • Conflicts or Personality and Interest Riddle HSR Board (LAT)
  • New House Leadership Wants to Take Back Federal CAHSR Grant (OC Register)
  • DJ Wheels: Christopher Thompson’s Appeal Might Have a Chance (Biking in L.A.)
  • Plans “In the Works” for TAP Cards with “Debit Card” Like Uses (The Source)
  • Lopez: No Really, Wasn’t the Subway Supposed to Go to the Sea? (LAT)
  • December a Big Month for Bike Activists and Commuters (LADOT Bike Blog)
  • Coming Soon, Health Grades for Food Trucks (Daily News)
  • It’s Beginning to Look as Though Harris Will Be Next A.G. (LAT)
  • Carter Talks to Jarrett Walker, Round 2 (The Source)
  • Eighty Percent of Copenhageners Keep on Bicycling Through Their Snowy Nordic Winter (Copenhagenize)

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