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    • The Pros and Cons and of Extending the Gold Line (Times)
    • CPUC To Decide Expo's Fate This Week (Times
    • Lower Gas Prices Causing People to Abandon Alternative Transportation (Daily News)
    • Lower Gas Prices Not Causing People to Abandon Alternative Transportation... (Press Telegram)
    • ...However Fewer People Riding Metrolink Because Their Trains Keep Crashing (P-E)
    • Fares Going Up in Orange County (ABC7)
    • For Anyone Still Paying Attention, Measure R's Lead Still Growing (Bottleneck Blog)
    • LACMA Faces $6 Million Budget Shortfall, Turns to Supes (Daily News)
    • High-Speed Rail Corridors Could Boost Local Transit Systems (Grist)
    • Some Towns Facing Shortfalls, Layoffs Because of Tax Loss Caused by Car Sales (Times)
    • Streetfilms Reviews "Noise"

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