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    • Daily News on a Roll: Bashes Red Light Cameras, Neglects to Mention Safety Statistics
    • LADOT Bike Blog: The Sharrows Worked, But Let's Get Better Signs (LADOT Bike Blog)
    • City Council Really Wants Another ADA Lawsuit Over Apron Parking (Patch)
    • California Senate/Assembly Leadership a Bunch of Petty Punks (LAT)
    • Assemblyman Pleads No Contest to DUI: 4 Months Without License, Fines, Probation (Fresno Bee)
    • Santa Clarita, Bev. Hills, Other Cities, Keeping Their Red Light Cameras (LAT)
    • Malibu Receives Grant from Caltrans for PCH Safety Study (Patch)
    • So.Pas. Willing to Compromise on Big Dig (Star-News)
    • Hearing Set for "Westfield Village"a Grove for the Valley (Daily News)
    • How to Contact Metro's Lost and Found (ZevWeb)

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