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Today’s Headlines

5:19 AM PDT on May 31, 2011

    • Crenshaw Station for Expo "Could Be Like Titus Returning to Rome" (Curbed)
    • Automated Parking Garage Coming to Van Nuys (Daily News)
    • Communities of Color Work Harder for Less Reward When It Comes to Metro (City Watch)
    • Metrolink's Most Dangerous Crossing Slated for Upgrade (LAT)
    • Personalizing NextBus (LAT)
    • Vikings Meeting with AEG's Top Dog After State Won't Guarantee New Stadium (Minn. NPR)
    • Flyaway Bus Service from Westwood to LAX on the Chopping Block (LAT)
    • Republicans in Congress Consider Selling Part of AMTRAK (Cap. Hill Streetsblog, WSJ)
    • Everyone Still Freaking Out About Closing the 405 for a Couple of Days (LAT)
    • Philly City Councilman Wants More Bike Bureaucracy (
    • San Francisco's First Bike Lane Turns 40 (SF Streetsblog)
    • But I Have a Yard! (Slate)

Another short day, we'll be back to regular coverage tomorrow.  In the meantime fast forward to the 20 minute mark and listen to my interview on KCRW's Which Way L.A. about Wilshire Bus Only Lanes, and Leimert Park Station.

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