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8:10 AM PDT on August 30, 2011

Featured Story: Via our friend Mihai Peteu at Bikeside comes the story of what could be Santa Monica's version of the Christopher Thompson crash that galvanized L.A.'s bike community. Jeffrey Ray Adams, an aggressive motorist who will likely have the book thrown at him not just for his intentionally reckless driving, but because he acts like a boorish ass on video. Welcome to the age of the Internet!

    • Bike Sharing in L.A....We Need to Think Outside the Box (KCET)
    • Big Blue Bus Service Changes Started Yesterday (SM Mirror)
    • City Releases Plans for 20 Miles of Sharrows (LADOT Bike Blog)
    • Traffic Lawbreakers Still Whining They Have to Pay Red Light Tickets (City Watch)
    • Trying to Make Sense of the Subway Murder, and People's Reactions (LAT)
    • The Media Reacts to Jerry Brown's Stance on High Speed Rail (CAHSR Blog)
    • Green Line to LAX Picture Coming Into Focus (City Watch)
    • Mobility 21 On What We Should Be Talking About (The Source)
    • Looks Like We'll Have the City of Vernon to Kick Around for Awhile (LAT)
    • SB375 “Draws Ire of Tea Party” (Calif. Planning & Development Report)
    • Sac Bee Editorial: “Brown Must Be Bold to Bolster High-Speed Rail”
    • The Southland Gas Prices Roller Coaster Moves On, Up for 11th Day (Daily News)

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