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Note: I just talked to a consultant's for BHUSD who wanted me to clarify that contrary to what I reported in yesterday's story poking the Beverly Hills Courier, Metro's geology/seismology team spent more than one weekend on campus, and was actually there for seven different days.  Not enough to do a trench study, but more than a weekend.  This paragraph also appears as an update on yesterday's story.
  • City Grapples with Fines or Licenses for Street Vendors (New York Times)
  • Great Piece on LASB Board Member/Contributor James Rojas (LAT)
  • Officials Scramble to Figure Out Post CRA World (Daily News)
  • Zev Rips State of City Streets in Speech to Insiders (LA Observed)
  • High Speed Rail Abandons Grapevine Route Through Santa Clarita Valley, Again (LAT)
  • Bicycle Theft Surging Locally (Pasadena Star-News)
  • It Might Be a "Duh" To Us...Study Shows Painted Bike Lanes Safer for ALL Road Users (NYC Sblog)
  • Brown Budget Separates Housing, Transportation Agencies (CP&DR)
  • New Light Rail Station Opens in  Downtown Sacramento (SacBee)
  • As Recently as 2005, Rick Santorum Was a Transit Hero (Transportation Nation)
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