Today’s Headlines

  • Feuer Greenhouse Gas Bill Passes Assembly (California Chronicle
  • Metro Already Spending Sales Tax Revenue on Gold Line (Star News)
  • Long Beach Converts Some Parking Lots to Solar Power (LAist, Press Telegram
  • CTC and Venturay County Decide to Waste $32 Million (Ventura County Star)
  • 3,200 Bev. Hills’ Residents Sign Petition Against Mega-Development (LAist)
  • IbikeU of the Day: Make it Happen 
  • Assembly Approves Massive Highway Widening for I-15 (California Chronicle
  • Al Sharpton Joins Critical Mass to Protest NYPD (Gothamist)
  • Denver Regulators May Pay Drivers to Ditch Polluting Vehicles (AP)
  • Columbus, Ohio Unveils 20-Year Bike Plan (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Treasury Secretary Paulson: "No Quick Fix" For High Oil Prices (AP)
  • More Drivers Running Out of Gas on the Road (Yahoo

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Today’s Headlines

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Jane Harman and 30/10 Seem to have momentum. Fox Business Makes the Case for Higher Gas Tax Villaraigosa: Texting While Driving = Bad (LAist, HuffPo, AP) Rutten: 30/10 Most Important Initiative of Villaraigosa (LAT) Zev: We’re "on Track" for the Subway to Westwood Before 2020 (Press Release) Subtlety Abandoned: The Source Uses Three Exclamation Points […]

Today’s Headlines

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Mr. Villaraigosa Goes to Washington (Daily Breeze) LAist Breaks Down Transportation in State of the City (LAist) More Hydrogen Stations Coming to LA (Clean Tech) McCain’s Gas Tax Proposal Is a Bad Idea (AP, SGA) Assembly Comittee Wants to Make Life Harder for Speeders (Bottleneck Blog) EU Sticks to Biofuel Targets Despite Impact on Food […]

Today’s Headlines

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Times: Don’t Let Ridley-Thomas Grade Separation Sink Other Projects Goodmon: Crenshaw Subway Would Protect Black-Owned Business (Wave) Worst Headline of the Week: Metrolink Trains Fast, But Watch Out (NBC4) Gold Line Ridership Up, Maybe It’s the Pizza (Pasadena Star-News, LAist) Legislation to Get Rid of Air Resources Board Fails in Assembly (Sac Bee) Bill to […]

Feuer’s Greenhouse Gas Tax Bill Passes Assembly

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Yesterday the State Assembly passed Asm. Mike Feuer‘s A.B. 2558, the controversial piece of legislation that would allow voters to increase fees on drivers whose vehicles produce the greatest amount of pollution, despite unanimous opposition by the Republican caucus. The bill now moves to the Senate where it needs to be passed by committee and […]

Today’s Headlines

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Crenshaw Alternative Slammed (Times, LAist) Ed Reyes, Bike Advocate (Brayj Against the Machine) Greenhouse Gas Used as Car Fuel (Carectomy via NYT) Fact Sheet for Sepulveda Boulevard Reversible Lane Project (Bel Air Online) Ventura Also Considering Toll Roads (Ventura County Star) Speak Out on Regional Connector Meetings (LA Downtown News, Times) Amgen Coverage (Star News)