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Featured Headline: The Southern California Association of Governments is getting closer and closer to completing its Regional Transportation Plan.  Safe Routes California has details on a major meeting later today and details on how you can get involved before the final vote in December.  If you want more funds for bicycle and pedestrian projects, get involved now.
    • No Surprise: The Bike Unfriendly California Highway Patrol Trying to Kill SB 910 (CalBike)
    • Former Patrolman, Injured on Bike by Passing Driver, Respectfully Trashes Argument (Slow Twitch)
    • Regional Connector Losing Station Entrances As Project Moves Forward (Blog Downtown)
    • Metro Responds: Such Changes Are Common As Projects Get Cleared (The Source)
    • Epstein: Keep Asking Questions of Subway, Light Rail, Opponents (HuffPo)
    • Beverly Hills' Mayor Sounds Sane When Discussing Subway (Patch)
    • In Trucks v Ports Lawsuit, Clean Air Is the Winner (Daily News)
    • Gov./Legislature Give So Pas Major Power Over Fate of 710 Expansion (Burbank Leader)
    • CAHSR Revising Route, Again (LAT)
    • Mega-Project Killer Chris Christie Takes Pride in Stiffing U.S. Taxpayers (Transpo Nation)

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