Today’s Headlines

  • Momentum Turned in Spring Street Green Bike Lane Debate (Blog Downtown)
  • Decision on Leimert Park Station Coming in Early May (Curbed)
  • Still Totally Worth It: 405 Widening Over a Year Behind Schedule (LAT)
  • Placement of Video Screens at Metro Center Is Nonsensical (Accidental Urbanist)
  • The Case of the Bev. Hills Road Rage Hit and Run Makes the Times (LAT)
  • State Senate Appoints Malcolm Dougherty to Head Caltrans Despite “Repeated Problems” (Merc)
  • Conservative Paper in San Diego Fuming Over CAHSR Bidding Process (Union-Tribune)
  • CA Assembly Committee Passes Two Bills to Tighten Restrictions on Teen Drivers (Sac Bee)
  • Sustainable Transpo to Get Largest Share of Cap-and-Trade Funds, and More Updates From Sac (GC)
  • Study: Driving With Voice-Activated Texting Is Still Dangerous (CoCo Times)
  • Everybody Seems to Love Richie Trimble (L.A. Observed, ABC National, Yahoo News, The Post Game)
  • I Don’t Even Know What Language Some of These Stoopid Tall Articles Are In (Sopitas, Vecernji, News Now)
  • Daily Carnage: Pedestrian Killed by Car Driver in Sylmar (Daily News)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

6 thoughts on Today’s Headlines

  1. The ‘ABC National’ link looks like it comes from the Tampa Bay ABC affiliate, not ABC News. Kind of weird that they alone among local TV stations would choose to do a piece on the Stoopidtall video.

  2. Momentum Turned in Spring Street Green Bike Lane Debate (Blog Downtown) this links to a foreign language story on the bikes, not the green bike lane

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