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    • This Time Gov. Vetoes Democrats Transit Cuts (LAT)
    • Brown Offers Senate Plan For More Federal Operating Aid to Local Transit (DC Streetsblog)
    • Another City Watch Columnist Demolishes LADOT
    • Smart Parking Policy More Important for Green Buildings Than LEED (Planetizen)
    • Taking Soil Samples First Step for Crenshaw Line (Daily Breeze)
    • Editorial: Another Green Initiative Lacking Transparency (LAT)
    • Editorial: What Should We Pay for Mayor's Green Reputation? (Daily News)
    • Have You Seen Those Yankees v. Dodgers Signs Around L.A.?  Too Bad They're Not Competing in Who Has the Best Transportation Plan (NY Streetsblog)

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