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7:31 AM PST on November 30, 2011

Featured Headline: The Southern California Association of Governments is meeting Thursday morning to announce their Long Range Transportation Plan that will guide the next 30 years of investment.  While the plan is a big improvement over past efforts, so was the one in San Diego and that didn't stop environmental groups from suing.  For more on what is, and isn't, in the SCAG plan check out our story from three weeks ago.
    • Spring Street Green Lane Getting Its Facelift on Monday (Brigham Yen)
    • Expo Line Phase I Handed Over from Construction Authority to Metro (The Source)
    • Salon’s “Dream City” Series Explores New Ways of Designing Livable Cities (Part 12)
    • Is Anyone Ready to Fight for CEQA? (KCET)
    • Legislative Analyst: HSR Plan Doesn't Meet Standards Set by Voters (LAT)
    • Occupy L.A. Regroups at Olvera Street (LA_Now)
    • Pasadena Playhouse District Once a Streetcar (Pasadena Weekly)
    • Speaking of Pasadena, Rose Bowl Needs EIR Before It Could Temporarily Host NFL (Star-News)
    • Mercedes Benz Driver Academy Opens in Downtown Los Angeles (Daily Truffle via Curbed)
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