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9:29 AM PDT on May 17, 2013

I'll be filling Damien's shoes today as guest editor of LA Streetsblog, even though they don't fit and could probably use a shine.

    • Did NFSR Make Their Case Against Expo EIR? One Legal Blogger Thinks So (Thomas Law)
    • Op/Ed: Expo Brings New Opportunities to South L.A. (Wave)
    • L.A.: The Worst City in U.S. for Dog Attacks on Letter Carriers (NBC4)
    • Is it time to panic yet? The 405 will be closed overnight on Friday and Saturday (Metro)
    • Movement underway to lower BAC limit for drunk driving to .05 (LA Weekly)
    • Why is isn't California more bike friendly? Calbike points a finger at the Governor (Examiner)
    • USC students map the money in Tuesday's mayoral election (LA Curbed)
    • Angry motorists plan protest over San Pedro road diet (Daily Breeze)
    • Meanwhile, cyclists plan a peaceful counter protest (BikinginLA)
    • It ain't in the budget, but Bunker Hill Metro Station could get pedestrian walkway (The Source)
    • Interactive map shows which L.A. neighborhoods bike to work (LA Curbed)
    • $25k reward offered in violent attack on Metro bus driver earlier this month (KTLA)
    • Daily carnage: Carson driver killed in fiery crash (Daily Breeze)
    • Daily carnage 2: Fleeing motorists arrested after crashing into gas pump (Daily Breeze)
    • If you think Toronto's anti-bike mayor must be on crack, you may be right (Toronto Star)

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