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8:31 AM PST on February 2, 2010

    • L.A. Prepares Plan to Lay Off Police, Firefighters (Times)
    • Gold Line Extenstion to Azusa Ready for a June Groundbreaking (Pasadena Star News)
    • Council Woman Perry: Lack of Progress on Angel's Flight "Pathetic" (Downtown News)
    • How Much Do the Feds Spend on Transit? See For Yourself (NYT)
    • Not All CAHSR Advocates Happy with Federal Decision (CAHSR Blog)
    • Nationally, There's a Boom in Car-Sharing (Treehugger)
    • Civil Rights Coalition Launches Bilingual Census Ads in Buses (Chronicle)
    • Where Are L.A.'s Bus Shelters? (City Watch)
    • Locally, Demand Is "Bursting at the Seems" (NBC4)
    • Melbourne's Swanston Street Goes Car-Free (Herald Sun)

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