Today’s Headlines

Featured Headline: Streetsblog Contributor Gloria Ohland (who now consults with Move L.A.) and Denny Zane use the recent survey showing that Southlanders want more transit options and denser mixed-use communities to make a pitch for smart growth in the San Fernando Valley in an op-ed in the Pasadena Star-News.  It’s a great piece and really builds on what we wrote on the survey yesterday to make a more localized push for better planning.
  • Forbes to L.A.: Stop Focusing on Football, Start Focusing on Small Business
  • USDOT Loves the Budget and Vision of CAHSR (Fast Lane)
  • But Republican Senator Wants Re-Vote on 2008 Ballot Measure to Fund Proposal (Capitol Alert)
  • Daily News Thinks Pols Need to Re-Poll Voters to Make Sure We Still Want It
  • We Shouldn’t Blame the CAHSR Board for Current Estimate, They’re Being Honest (SF Chronicle)
  • Does Weekend Stabbing in Metro Station Part of a Trend? (The Source)
  • Really?  You Someone Thinks an NFL Team Would Want to Play in Dodger Stadium? (LA_Now)
  • Streetsblog San Francisco Officially Looking for a New Editor
More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill
  • Dave

    I fully support HSR. But there’s no question it was fraudulently sold to voters just like AB 32 was fraudulent. It’s a real problem and the green movement need to get their heads out of their asses and own up to it. Spinning won’t always work.

  • Dennis Hindman


    Your link to the op-ed in the Pasadena Star-News is a link to the SF Chronicle article about high-speed rail.