Today’s Headlines

  • Gov.: High Speed Rail Will Cost Less Than $100 Billion Estimate (Daily News)
  • Could Use “Cap and Trade” Funds to Pay for Construction (SacBee)
  • More on Metro’s Career Constructions Program for Disadvantaged Communities (LAT, LAist)
  • ARRA Debacle Points to Need for Grants Management Office in City Hall (LAT)
  • MLK Transit Center Opens in Compton (The Source)
  • Jim Newton: Decision to Change Impound Procedures Not Cut and Dry (LAT)
  • The Best and Worst Metro Stations for Pedestrian Access According to Walk Score (More Than Red Cars via Curbed)
  • Gov. Ordered Firing of Staffer Who Took Hard Line on Oil Extraction (LAT)
  • Moby Starts His Own Architecture Blog about Los Angeles (Curbed)
  • More on Metro’s Proposed New Freeway Project in the Antelope Valley (The Source)
  • Editorial: First Lady’s Anti-Obesity Effort a Worthy Fight (Daily News)
More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill
  • RamonZ

    Gov. Brown said it would be less than $100 Billion, not $100 Million.

  • Anonymous

    Take a page from the Norwegians (and the Saudis and Dubai..): Extract the oil and sell it to fund the high-speed rail.

  • Damien Newton

    Fixed…thanks for the catch.