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8:13 AM PST on November 7, 2011

Featured Headline: The San Fernando Valley is working hard to make certain it receives its share of transportation dollars.  The San Fernando Valley Council of Governments will host the Mobility Summit on Thursday at a Van Nuys hotel to discuss, among other issues, hoped-for transportation networks, funding sources for projects, and ways to speed up their construction.  While the event is open to the public, the Airtel Plaza Hotel isn't what one would call transit accessible.
    • OC Needs to Extend Toll Road for People That Live Near SD and Work Near L.A. (LAT)
    • Despite Controversy, High Speed Rail Authority Ready to Build (LAT)
    • Stanford Prof.: High Speed Rail Colossal Waste (LAT)
    • Murphy: High Speed Rail a Boon, Not Albatross (Biz Journal)
    • Real Estate at Expo's Culver City End Not Exactly Coming Along Smoothly (Curbed)
    • Breaking Exciting News: Gas Prices Not Moving Either Direction (Daily News)
    • SacTown Still Sprawling After All These Years (SacBee)
    • Ted Rogers Gets Jerry Browned Twice, and There's a Bike Center Coming to SM (Biking In L.A.)
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