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8:55 AM PST on December 18, 2015

    • Delays From Blue Line Car-Train Collision On Washington In South L.A. (The Source)
    • Breeze Bike Share's Big Month (Santa Monica Next)
    • Car Traffic Congestion Is A Sign Of Strengthening Economy (KPCC)
    • Oxnard Metrolink Derailment Due To Shoddy Buy-American Parts (Systemic Failure)
    • Wilshire Bus Lanes, With No Enforcement, Attract Asshole Drivers (Center for Health Advancement)
    • LACBC Pursues Bicycling Equity Through Plans For Southeast Cities (BikeLeague)
    • First Purple Line Pile Driven At Wilshire and La Brea (The Source)
    • Bicycling Praises Boyle Heights' Ovarian Psycos Approach to Cycling
    • Carnage: One Dead Three Injured In Lakewood Car Crash (LAT)...Man Dies Crashing Into Tow Truck On 5/110 Interchange (Pasadena Star News)...Nun Critically Wounded In Hit-and-Run "Accident" In Boyle Heights (LAT, PSN)...Enough Said, Enough Dead On North Figueroa Street (Flying Pigeon)
    • LAT Opinion: Putting Drivers In Driverless Cars Good For Safety
    • Redondo Beach Makes People4Bikes Top Ten New Bikeways List
    • Fix the City's Diagrams Explain Their Latest Mobililty Plan Lawsuit
    • Washington DC's Vision Zero Plan (Next City)
    • Outreach And Education Need To Follow Low-Stress Bikeway Implementation (Alta)

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