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Featured Headline: While we were talking about the city's efforts to get federal dollars for a river bike path extension, Blog Downtown and Curbed were talking about a similar effort to get federal funding for a Downtown Streetcar and the favored route of the streetcar's planners.
    • What Fast Track?  Crenshaw Subway Campaign Files Suit (LAT)
    • State Awards $448 Million to LA County Transit Projects (The Source)
    • Boxer: House R's Transpo Bill Doesn't Add Up (The Hill)
    • City Uses Red Light Camera Firm to Handle Backlogged Tickets (Daily News)
    • Atwater Village to Get "Iconic" Bridge Over LA River (Curbed)
    • Skelton: Time to Increase State Gas Tax (LAT)
    • L.A. Will Get Bike Wayfaring Signs (LADOT Bike Blog)
    • Are We Reaching “Peak Car”? (The Globe and Mail)
    • City Starting to Lose Patience with Occupy L.A. (LAT)
    • 19 Building Types That Caused the Recession (Atlantic Cities)
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