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8:27 AM PDT on September 11, 2008

Senate Approves $8B Bailout of Highway Trust Fund (AP)

Bottleneck Blog Looks at TOD (Part 1, Part 2)

MTA Presents "Congestion Pricing" Plan in Carson (Daily Breeze)

Pasadena Enforcing Train Crossing Rules on the Impatient (Star-News)

Federal Agency That Collects Royalties From Domestic Drilling Is a Warren of Depravity (Gristmill)

Long Beach Mayor Wants More Drilling (KFI AM)

We Love LA, but Tourists Don't (Daily News)

I'm away on a mini-break and won't have Internet access between noon today and Monday.  If you get lonely in the meantime you should visit the Metro Library for headlines and any of the blogs on the right for some news and commentary.

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