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9:14 AM PDT on September 23, 2011

Featured Headline: Just because I was at Think Bike, doesn't mean the Metro Board didn't have a busy day.  They passed a local hiring plan, approved the EIR for the Crenshaw Line, Free Fares for Girl Scouts on 10/29, and a bunch of other stuff such as cancelling the cancellation of the 442 Bus Line.

Featured Headline 2: I was a featured guest on KPCC's Crossroads talking Eli Broad, the Community Connector Coalition and the Regional Connector.  Love the picture.

    • More on Think Bike! (Bike Commute News, LACBC)
    • A Look at SF's Final Think Bike Design (Streetsblog SF)
    • LAT Editorial: More Transit Will Make Commutes Better, If Not Shorter
    • Red Light Program Popular in a Lot of Places, Not Here (Atlantic Cities)
    • Box: Parking Day Is/Was Awesome.   A Complete Recap (City Watch)
    • LA Weekly Echoes BHUSD's Attack on Metro, Gets Beat Up In Its Own Comments Section
    • Will Retailers Follow the Gold Line to Mariachi Plaza? (Eastsider)
    • L.A. Is America's Third Smoggiest City (Daily News)
    • Labor Backs Redistricting Plan for County Supes (LAT)
    • Gas Prices Fall for 11th Consecutive Day (Daily News)

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