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Today’s Headlines

8:12 AM PDT on July 28, 2011

    • Daily News: Should Villaraigosa Be Spending So Much Time on Transit?
    • City Council Unanimously Votes to End Red Light Program, Starting Monday (LAT)
    • But There Are Some "Cons" to Skipping Out on Tickets (Curbed)
    • Parks: Other Cities, Metro, Still Running Cameras at Other Intersections (Daily News)
    • State Legislators Change Mind on Fancy Cars, Taxpayers Footing Bills (LAT)
    • Free Speech Radio Talks to BRU About Bus Cuts, Civil Rights
    • L.A., O.C. Tax Rolls Up for First Time in Years (LAT)
    • Bikerowave Pitches in at South L.A. Bike Instructional (Bikeside)
    • Community Trying to Slow Part of 4th Street Bike Boulevard, Take Their Survey (Survey Monkey)
    • LADOT Bike Blog's Chris Kidd Wins Award from CA AIA (Biking In L.A.)

Links We Missed Yestreday from the Other Streetsblogs:

    • Federal Gas Tax Expires on September 30 (DC Streetsblog)
    • $1,060 the Cost of Our Decrepit Infrastructure Per American Family (DC Streetsblog)
    • Car and Driver Magazine: We Must Consider Alternative Transportation (.Net)
    • League of American Cyclists: "Eligibility" Isn't the Same as Dedicated Funding (DC Streetsblog)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

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