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    • Op/Ed: 3 Congress People Make the Case for Sending More Projects to Feds for Funding (Times)
    • Today's the Day: Board Expected to Vote on LRTP (Daily News)
    • The Source Tweaks Metro Over Not Posting Audit of TAP Program...
    • ...Incidentally, the Audit Can Be Found at the Transit Coalition's Website
    • Council Dumps Plan to Raise Fees on Challenging Development (Times, Daily News)
    • LAX Raises Parking Rates at Economy Lots (LA Now
    • Governor Signs 10 Pieces of Legislation by Ass. Eng (D-AAA), None of Them Have to Do with Safe Streets (MVN)
    • Why I'm Writing for The Source (Metro Rider)
    • Times Wastes Space on Op/Ed Telling Us That People Drive Cars
    • DC Area Officials Want to Test Waters for VMT Fee (WaPo)
    • Austin Gets Its First Sharrows Today (A2W via

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