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LA County Ignores Existence of Bicycles

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LA Times Road Sage Steve Hymon went on a bike ride last night around the Pasadena area. He hit a red light in an unincorporated part of LA County and sat there waiting for it to turn green. He waited and waited. It never did... until a car showed up and activated the signal loop finally turning it green. "By which time my face is red." One has to ask, will County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich, whose district this happened in, come to champion bicycle issues?