Today’s Headlines

  • Pasadena City Council Sends Letter to Metro Listing Concerns with Big Dig (Pasadena Star-News)
  • Metro Will Decide on Ad Contract This Thursday (LAT)
  • Read the Full Board Agenda (The Source)
  • Andrea Alarcon Has a DUI Too? Maybe Its Time to Send the Kid to Daddy (LAT)
  • Women on Bikes Interviews Bike Nation L.B.’s April Economides
  • Don’t Be Afraid to Take the Keys from Gramma or Gramps (LAT)
  • Picture of Partially Completed Ramp a Reminder That 405 Project Totally Worth It (Curbed)
  • Op/Ed: Changes Comint to CEQA in 2013 (Daily News)
  • Orange County Toll Roads Not Meeting Expectations (LAT)
  • Some Want Bike Path to Connect Communities in OC, Divided by I-5 (OC Register)
  • Earl’s Gourmet Grub Launches Bike Movie Series Tomorrow (Open Daily)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • Phaedra Parks

    As a public citizen speaking, there is no need to bother with any public meetings for CEQA reform. We all know what has to be changed and it will happen next year. Looking forward to this! 

  • calwatch

    Here’s the full MTA Board meeting: The Najarian comments were at about 1:43, and there was a response from Fasana and some public comment sprinkled in at the end as well. http://www.mediafire.com/?e7vu9bu3tid07zy

  • calwatch

    Also on my Scribd, Metro Service Reductions: the service changes they won’t do a press release on. Lines 81, 108, 125, 150, 155, 158, 161, 163, 204, 210, 222, 232, 233, 234, 292, 720, 728, 733, 734, 740, 750, and 761 all experienced service cuts. http://www.scribd.com/doc/116799387/December-2012-Service-Changes

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