Today’s Headlines

  • Brown’s Budget: Deep Cuts, Tax Hike Extensions (LAT, Daily News)
  • Villaraigosa, CRA Head, Blast Brown Proposal to Destroy Redevelopment Agency’s (Curbed)
  • They’re None To Happy About It Up in San Francisco Either (SF Streetsblog)
  • Metro Has More Positive View of Things (The Source)
  • Meanwhile in Nation’s Capitol, Ray LaHood Weighs in on Miss. America Contest (Cap. Hill Streetsblog)
  • And Senator Boxer Pledges to Fight GOP Effort to Stop EPA from Regulating GHGs (KPCC)
  • Long Beach Drivers Brace for Construction Traffic (CC Times)
  • New Round of Community Updates Meetings for Westside Subway, Bev. Hills on 1/31 (The Source)
  • Gold Line Foothill Extension Hosts Scoping Meetings (SGV Tribune)
  • Area Sees First Bike Death of 2011 on 1/9 (Biking In L.A.)
  • Washington State to Consider a New Safe Passing Law (Bike Portland)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • Erik G.

    “They are none too….” or “They’re none too…”, not “Their none too…”!

  • No coverage of Rosendahl’s motion at the T-Committee meeting tomorrow, which is expected to request removing the entire Westside from the Wilshire bus-only lanes?

    If Rosendahl is successful, the bus-only lanes will stop in mid-city, and the project will be about half as long as it was originally proposed to be. And hundreds of UCLA students and staff will get back in mixed traffic for much of their bus ride to campus, and we’ll lose federal funding to repave all of the portions of Wilshire that are taken out.