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8:19 AM PDT on May 9, 2011

What an impressive group of people you are.
    • Mica Wants to Give States Ability to Spend Bike Funds on Something Else (DC Streetsblog)
    • 2009: Speed Limits Raised on Zelzah.  In: 3 High School Students Hit in Crosswalk (Daily News)
    • Communities Bringing Character Back to Areas Blighted by Refineries (LAT)
    • Some Cycling Groups Oppose 3-Foot Passing Law (Biking In L.A.)
    • New Bus Plaza Coming to Compton (City Watch)
    • Epstein Blasts Fact-Free Debate Over Westside Subway Stop (LA Observed)
    • Are Food Trucks Selling Out? (LAT)
    • Metro Rail Planning Anti-Terror Upgrades Before Bin-Laden Death (LAT)
    • More Automated Parking Garages Coming to Greater L.A. (Curbed)
    • National Review Uses National Train Day to Take Shots at AMTRAK/HSR
    • Northeast Corridor Wins $800M of Florida’s Rejected High-Speed Rail Money (WSJAP)
    • Meanwhile, Sen. Schumer Looks at Wasteful Airport Security and Wants Some for Trains (ReutersThe Hill)
    • LaHood Proposals Get Stricter on Private Bus Companies (AP via SF Examiner)
    • Copenhagen Quietly Reclaims 2-3 Percent of Its Parking Spots Each Year (Copenhagenize)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

There’s lots of great events on tap listed in the Streetsblog Bike Month Calendar Page.  Over the weekend we added "bike from work" drinks for next Thursday and a lot more.

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