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9:07 AM PDT on October 20, 2011

Featured Headline:  At Rail~Volution yesterday, Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) — also known as the godfather of the “rail~volution” — said even he wouldn’t raise the gas tax right now. “We should make some adjustments to a gas tax that hasn’t increased since 1993,” Blumenauer said. “Half the people think the gas tax goes up every year.”  Read the rest of the story at Capitol Hill Streetsblog.
    • This Is What Metro Means When It Says "Seismologic Experts" (The Source)
    • More on the Westside Subway Routing Discussion (Curbed)
    • City Considers Making Homeowners Pay for Sidewalk Repair, Make Them Liable for Injuries (Daily News)
    • It's Been Two Months Since Red Light Cameras Were Cut.  Feel Safer Yet? (KCET)
    • Clock Ticking Again on Sixth Street Viaduct in Downtown LA/Boyle Heights (Blog Downtown)
    • LAX Officials Surveying Passengers on Westwood Flyaway (Daily Breeze)
    • Glendale Readying for Electric Cars (LA_Now)
    • CA High-Speed Rail “Just Inching Along” (WSJ)
    • Occupiers Planning to Occupy More Unoccupied Land in DTLA (LAT)
    • Economists Name Road Pricing as Best, If Not Only, Cure for Congestion (Atlantic)
More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

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