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6:54 AM PST on November 8, 2011

    • California Transpo Debt, Before HSR, Almost 300 Billion Over Next Decade (Merc)
    • How Did L.A. Make List of Good Cities to Live Without a Car? (Daily Mail) Answer: The Buses
    • If More People Ride the New Rail Service, Later Nights Are Possible (The Source)
    • SacBee Op-Ed: Realistic Plan for High-Speed Rail Requires Patience
    • State GOP Split on HSR Position (SGV Trib.)
    • Update: Gas Prices Down Slightly from Yesterday at This Time (Daily News)
    • CicLAvia's "Free the Streets" a Success in South L.A. (Intersections)
    • Caltrans Head: "There Are Pretty Staggering Statistics Showing the Importance of an Active Community" (Mob. 21)
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