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Featured Headline: Our good friend Don "Roadblock" Ward, the 2010 Livable Streets Person of the Year, has just launched a new column about bicycling in Los Angeles at KCET's website.  An excerpt from the first column: "But back then getting a driver's license was a rite of passage that almost every kid looked forward to, especially in Los Angeles where people barely get their mail without hopping in an automobile. The key to a car was the key to the world. In a matter of years I became the typical L.A. driver: fast, aggressive, aggravated at the endless traffic."
    • Father of Slain Child Blasts LAPD for Not Keeping Cars of Unlicensed Drivers (Ron Kaye LA)
    • City Not Working with Neighborhood Council's on Safe Routes to School (City Watch)
    • CABO Strikes Back.  Bike Group Reacts to Attacks on Biking In L.A.
    • LA Badly Needs Freeway Air Monitors (LA Weekly)
    • Gov. Blows Off Request to Make CRA Dissolution Easier (Daily News)
    • Map Shows Depressing Lack of Trees in L.A. (Curbed)
    • Times Weighs in on THE RED LINE, Kind of Misses Point (LA_Now)
    • LBUSD Opposes Proposed Freight Rail Yard (Press-Telegram)
    • Villaraigosa at Conference in Mayors: US Needs to Invest in Urban Areas (Daily News)
    • Not a Lot of Money for Huge Highway Project in Antelope Valley (KABC)
    • Caltrans Beautifies Freeway Exit on Route 60 (Eastsider)
    • Buscaino's Election Means 4 LAPD Officers on City Council (LAT)
    • Sheriff's Concerned When Passenger Hit in the Face on a Bus...As Long As They Weren't the Hitters (LA_Now)
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