Today’s Headlines

  • Metro Eliminating Nine Bus Lines (Daily Breeze)
  • Yglessias Provides a Defense of Transit “Boondoggles” and Praises 30/10 (Neon Tommy)
  • A Federal Return to “1950’s Funding Priorities” Would Be Disaster for CA Transit (CP&DR)
  • Citing the L.A. Experience, San Jose Ends Bike Licensing (Mercury-News)
  • You Know What L.A. Really Needs?  A Soccer Stadium.  (Curbed)
  • Big Improvements Planned for 4th Street in the Coming Weeks (LADOT Bike Blog)
  • Nissan Leaf Gets 99 Miles Per Hour gallon equivalent. Streetsblog racetrack speed test pending. -CR (Daily News)
  • Pico-Union Getting Better Bike Parking (LACBC Blog)
  • Meanwhile Metro Shuffles the Deck on Their Bike Leadership (The Source)
  • Remember That Band That Blocked the 101?  They Were Finally Charged Yesterday (LA Weekly)
  • When Gene Autrey’s Wife Kills Someone With Her Car, Media Calls it Right (LAT, Google)
  • But Don’t Worry, She Wasn’t Charged with Anything.  Just an “Accident” (Fox Sports)

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