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10:16 AM PST on January 24, 2008

Zero, Zilch, Zip: Number of Zipcars in Los Angeles. (Metro Rider via Curbed LA)

Pols Get Behind Gold Line (Red Orbit)

California Legislators Passing on "Feebates" for Giant Cars (Times)

Looking for a Train in the Valley (LAist)

Palm Springs Gets Some Ridazz (Press Enterprise)

More on Prop. 91 (Ventura County Star)

US Ranked Last Among G8 Nations in Environmental Performance (NYT)

BRT Better for Kansas City Than Light Rail, Say Libertarians (KC Star via Planetizen)

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