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    • Metro's Red Light Program Under Fire, Huizar Wants Fiscal Study (Plus Metro)
    • Why Isn't the Westwood/UCLA Westside Subway Station Planned for UCLA? (City Watch)
    • Study Argues That Traffic In Carpool Lane Moved Faster with More Cars (SF Gate)
    • El Monte Transit Village Project Lacks Fiscal Backers (Pasadena Star-News)
    • Parking Lot Owners Ripping City Off By Not Paying Taxes?  The City Thinks So. (Daily News)
    • Desert X-Press Gamblin' Train to Vegas Seeks Federal Loan, 2012 Construction Start (LV Sun)
    • Republican Congressmen from CA Trying to Kill High Speed Rail (The Hill)
    • Gas Prices Trickling Up (Daily News)
    • A Night in the Tents with Occupy L.A. (LAT)
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