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Today’s Headlines

9:53 AM PDT on October 27, 2015

    • Hilarious Coronado Police Threaten to Enforce Real and Imaginary Laws on Bicyclists (Coronado News)
    • Santa Ana Youth Leaders Star at CalBike Summit (Voice of OC)
    • San Diego Resident Killed Crossing Street in N.O. Family Raising Funds to Bring Body Home (NBC San Diego)
    • Bike Friendly Davis Finding Itself Short on Bike Parking (CBS Sacramento)
    • San Fernando Valley Leaders Want More Money on Transportation and "Return on Investment" (Daily News)
    • Los Angeles Times Readers Weigh in on High Speed Rail (LAT)
    • Santa Monica's City Manager on Trying to Drag City Towards Progressive Planning (Planning Report)
    • California's Roads Continue to Crumble as Budget Issues Drag On (CoCo Times)
    • Active Transportation: Connecting LA's Union Station to the Downtown (KPCC)

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