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The City of Los Angeles and GOOD Inc. are working together on the LA/2B interactive discussion on transportation. One of the graphics they developed is this map that illustrates some transportation facts about Los Angeles. For a full sized copy of this image,just click on it.
    • City Turning Abandoned Homes Lots Into Parks (Daily News)
    • They Finally Let The Source Ride on the Expo Line (Story, Videos)
    • Culver City Cyclists Looking for Help on Bike Center for Expo Station (CCBC Blog)
    • Feds Quietly Make Investment in CAHSR (Central Valley Business Times)
    • But California R's Want Federal Government to Take Back Grants (LAT)
    • West Hollywood Thinking of Shuttle Van to Move Revelers from Place to Place (Curbed)
    • Super Committee Dysfunction Dooms Gas Tax Hike (Streetsblog Cap. Hill)
    • Auto Makers Latch on to Loopholes, Not Spirit or Substance, of Emissions Rules (LAT)
    • What Will the Senate Transpo. Bill Transit Section Look Like? (Streetsblog Cap. Hill)
    • Bye Bye Curbs, Safe Streets in UK Mix Cars and Bikes (Streetsblog.net)
    • I Just Love Headlines (WLKY)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

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