Today’s Headlines

  • D.A. Says Charges Likely for Deputy Who Killed Milt Olin (Daily News)
  • More on the Gatto Hit and Run Bill, Also Requires Stopping At, Not Near, Crash (Biking in L.A.)
  • Someone Please Take Away Justin Bieber’s Keys Before He Kills Someone (LAT)
  • Today’s Metro Board Meeting Will Be LOOOOONG (The Source)
  • You Could Have Read This Story on Expo Ridership in Streetsblog in September (ZevWeb)
  • Silver Lake Reservoir Conservancy Has Plans for Esplanades as Future Parks (Curbed)
  • Groundbreaking  for Remainder of Wilshire Bus Only Lanes. No Ceremonial Shovels. (The Source)
  • Ridley-Thomas Wants Rail to LAX, Just Like Everyone Who Isn’t an Airport Commish (Daily News)
  • In-and-Out  Wants Suburban Feel Even in Urban Places, Including Parking Lots (DTLA Rising)
  • New Robot Masters Taking Over Local Architecture School (L.A. Weekly)
  • We Know You Don’t Like CAHSR. You Don’t Have to Write It Everyday (LAT)
  • Guy That Killed Red Light Program and Wants to Kill Parking Meter Program Writing Reports for Reason (SGV Tribune)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • calwatch

    Again, the HSR story is based on a loan idea floated in the Jerry Brown State of the State speech. It is real news and not something made up by the LA Times. If there’s news, the LA Times needs to cover it, and not stick their head in the sand like some editors seem to want them to do.