Michelle Mowery

City of Los Angeles Department of Transportation

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Late last year, LA Sheriff’s Deputy Andrew Wood was driving along Mullhand Drive, returning from a fire call in Calabasas. Milton Olin was on his bike in the bicycle lane.

Los Angeles DA Won't Prosecute in Distracted Driving Case

Late last year, LA Sheriff’s Deputy Andrew Wood was driving along Mullhand Drive, returning from a fire call in Calabasas. Milton Olin was on his bike in the bicycle lane.

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Los Angeles may be the car capitol of the world, but almost one percent of the population has told census takers they ride bicycles to work on a regular basis.

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Los Angeles may be the car capitol of the world, but almost one percent of the population has told census takers they ride bicycles to work on a regular basis.

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