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8:59 AM PDT on June 12, 2014

    • Councilmember Cedillo "Caught in a Lie" on N. Figueroa Bike Lanes (Flying Pigeon)Cedillo's #fig4all Bike Lane Meeting TONIGHT 6pm Franklin HS (Facebook event)
    • Sharrows Didn't Prevent SF Bike Safety Instructor Being Hit By Distracted Driver (SBSF)
    • L.A. Needs Protected Bike Lanes (RedQueeninLA via BikinginLA)
    • Mortality 1900 vs. 2010: Heart Disease Up, "Accidents" Down Much Less Than Infectious Disease (LAT)
    • Carnage: South L.A. Hit-and-Run Driver Kills 19-Year-Old Bicyclist (LAT, DN)
    • Metro Bus Drivers Have "High Regard" for Bike Safety (The Source)
    • LAUSD Passes Resolution: Asks Metro To Fund Bike/Ped Safety More Than 0.6% (SRTS)
    • Beverly Hills Parochial Exceptionalism Gets in Way of Bikes, Transit (Bloomberg)
    • Libertarians Excited About Parking Ticket Lawsuit vs. L.A. (Reason)
    • Ride Sharing as the End of Private Car Ownership? (Price Tags)
    • Chicago Bicycling Report: 125,000 Bike Trips Per day (SB Chicago)
    • NYPD Blames Victim Hit By Speeding Driver (SB NYC)
    • SF ABC TV Reporter Misguidedly Trashes CA 3-Foot Passing Law (SBSF)
    • Develop Those Park-and-Ride Lots (City Lab via Direct Transfer)

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