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8:51 AM PST on February 22, 2011

Some bike signags in Claremont. Thanks, Carter!
    • Article on Desperation of HSR Backers Talks up Mica's Power, Ignores Boxer Completely.  Ouch. (LAT)
    • Move LA Op/Ed: Feds Should Be Lenders, Not Spenders (SGV Tribune)
    • Plans to Replace Mulholland Bridge Over 405 Run Into Community Opposition (Daily News)
    • How Congress' Budget Cuts Effect L.A. (LAT)
    • Open Letter to Paul Koretz: Let's See a PPP That Creates Green Space (Encino 411)
    • Bikeside Takes a Shot at LADOT's "Call for Projects" Applications
    • CicLAvia announces the April 10th Route - same as last October (CicLAvia)
    • Chargers Anyone?  Brown's Proposed CRA Cuts Endanger San Diego's Stadium Plans (LAT)
    • Streetsblogger Emily Gabel-Luddy Running for Council in Burbank (Burbank Leader)
    • Tom Vanderbilt Rides Along on America’s Most Unusual Bike Commute (Outside)
    • Federal Officials Travel to Imperial County Desert to Drive Around in Motorized Toys (LAT)
    • Rain, Snow, Tough on Car Drivers (Daily News)
    • Epstein: A Look at the Battle Over a Brooklyn Bike Lane (HuffPo)

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