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Featured Headlines: Yesterday we linked to an article about LADOT's plans for 20 miles of new Sharrowed Streets.  Late last night, Joe Linton wrote a pretty detailed takedown of the LADOT's Sharrows plans.  Linton questioned whether the Sharrows would be counted as part of the mayor's/city's pledge to 40 miles of bike facilities a year even though many of them weren't in the 5 Year Implementation Plan, whether or nor the city is going to put down Sharrows and consider a street  a Bike Friendly Street, and why some streets that are scheduled for Bike Lanes are getting Sharrows.  We'll try and get some answers from LADOT to Linton's questions, but in the meantime his questions are worth a look.

    • Insane: State Senate Wants More Unlicensed Drivers to Keep Cars When Caught without License (LAT)
    • Explaning the Federal Gas Tax (The Source)
    • AEG Serious About Transit Oriented Stadium, NRDC Says 75% Mode Share a Noble Goal (Curbed)
    • AEG Muscles Antonovich Out of Introducing Pro-CEQA Resolution (LAT)
    • Mayor in D.C. Pushing America Fast Forward (LAT)
    • Interviews with Cooks of Bicycle Kitchen (Glosh Guide)
    • Fun With Maps: L.A. Transit in 1928 (The Source)
    • Justin Bieber in Valley Car Crash, Looks Like It Was Other Driver's Fault (LA_Now)
    • Beverly Hills 1, Backwards Town in Tennessee 0 (Biking In L.A.)
    • The Source Grabs Award from National Transit Advocacy Group...Congrats! (Plus Metro)

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