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9:04 AM PDT on September 30, 2016

Chart of LADOT's new bikeway mileage implemented by year - via @bikethevote based on data from yesterday's SBLA article
Chart of LADOT's new bikeway mileage implemented by year - via @bikethevote based on data from yesterday's SBLA analysis
    • Rowena Road Diet Carried Same Car Volume, Improved Safety (LAT)
    • Sixth Street Road Diet Back-Burnered By Councilmember Ryu (Beverly Press)...Biking in L.A. Frustrated L.A. Does Not Implement Proven Safety Solutions
    • Metrolink's Positive Train Control Prevents Crashes Like Yesterday's In NJ (KPCC)...Train Crashes Get Press (SGV Tribune, SGV Tribune)...But Train And Transit Travel Way Way Safer Than Driving (Clean Technica)
    • UCLA Now Has On-Line Traffic School For Bike Citations (Daily Bruin)
    • L.A. Traffic Horror: the Nightmare Unprotected Left Turn (KPCC)
    • Mixed-Use TOD Tower Planned For Hollywood Ametron Site (Urbanize)
    • Many Homes Around Quemetco Not Tested For Lead (KPCC)
    • So Cal Had Largest Electric Railway In the World (Ahbe Lab)

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