Today’s Headlines

  • Bus Riders Win at Metro, Its on to City Hall (Urban Times, Switchboard, The Source)
  • Metro Approves Leimert Park Station, Sort of Maybe (LAT, The Source)
  • And It Approves Its FY 2012 Budget (The Source, Daily News)
  • And Other Stuff (The Source)
  • L.A. Traffice Enforcement Chief Forced Out (Daily News)
  • Development for Expo Line Lags (LAT)
  • LADOT Orders Clean Buses for DASH Commuter Express (MCI)
  • Number of Senior Drivers in California to Hit 6 Million Within 10 Years (ABC 7)
  • Forces of Nature and the Case for Paid Parking (Parking Today)
  • And last but not least, KCRW flagship local news program, Which Way L.A.?, interviews L.A. Streetsblog editor Damien Newton about the The Metro Board’s decisions (KCRW) -C.R.

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

That’s All for Today!  See You Tuesday!

  • Joe

    One nitpick — the MCI commuter coaches that LADOT bought are to be used for Commuter Express service, not DASH service.

    Which means that they might actually run on time every once in a while.