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Bikeside simply asks, "Is Los Angeles bike-friendly?" with a five question survey at Survey Monkey.  Take a couple of minutes and help them gather some data.  For the record, I said that the city still has a some ground to cover before I would say the city is "friendly" to cyclists, but that with hard work and 40 miles of infrastructure a year, we could get there in five years.  Get more info at Bikeside and fill out the survey at Survey Monkey.

Today's Headlines:

    • Reminder to NBC Universal, You Promised Red Line Subsidy (City Watch)
    • Boyle Heights Makes 5 Year Neighborhood Improvement Plan (KPCC)
    • Scofflaws Still Want Out of Red Light Tickets from When They Broke Law (Daily News)
    • If Mayor Bloomberg Had His Way, Red Light Cams Would Police Every Corner (Transpo Nation)
    • Introducing the West Hollywood Bike Coalition (WeHo Daily)
    • Instead of Changing the Law, Why Not Find Unconflicted Board Members Gold Line? (LAT)
    • The Source Takes Victory Lap on Brookings Report
    • 101 Freeway "Mobile Mural" Is Too Mobile (Daily News)
    • Sen. Barbara Boxer Warns of Bay Area Transportation Cuts (Mercury News)
    • APTA Highlights Transit Funding Needs/Deficit Around the Country (The Source)
    • Growing Demand, Sales Push Bike Shop Expansions in Portland (Bike Portland)

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