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9:14 AM PST on November 3, 2014

    • Environmental/EJ/Health Groups Sue EPA Over L.A.'s Unhealthy Air (KPCC)
    • VOTE TOMORROW, Like Your Life Depends On It (Biking in LA)
    • LAT Trots Out Tired Windshield Arguments vs Mayors Diagonal Scramble Crosswalk PushPlenty of L.A. Diagonal Scramble Crosswalks Working Fine (StreetFilms)
    • Groundbreaking For Purple Line Subway Extension This Friday (Santa Monica Next)
    • Carnage: (Generally Halloween Is Very Scary Time For Peds, SBNYCThree Halloween Peds Killed by Hit-and-Run Driver in Santa Ana (LAT)Police announce Santa Ana Hit-and-Run Suspect Apprehended (KPCC)Car Kills Ped Father, Critically Injures Son in Irvine (KPCC)Anaheim Cycling Mom Killed by Hit-and-Run Driver (Biking in LA)Fuel Truck Overturns, Catches Fire in Boyle Heights (LAT)(Look Out For "Lycra Loonies" Bike "Menaces of Fear" Though, Price Tags)
    • Study: L.A. Big On Singles "Doubling Up" For Housing (LAT)
    • Santa Clarita Celebrates New Bike Path (SCV News)
    • Long Beach Celebrates New Bixby Bluff Park (LongBeachIze)
    • Chicago Transit Ridership Up, Service Being Added (SB Chicago)
    • The New Yorker Muses on NYC's New 25 MPH Speed Limits

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