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8:29 AM PST on February 27, 2012

Featured Headline: The Bicycle Kitchen is looking to raise $50K to go with the $140 they've already raised to purchase their own building.  Best of luck to the Kitchen team, staff, volunteers and cooks. There's a link at the bottom of this page to donate directly to them.

    • Metro Plans to Cut 305 Bus, South L.A. to Westside, Scorned by Riders, BRU (LAT)
    • Costs Way Up for the Victorville to Vegas Gamblin' Train Too (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
    • 110 Freeway Gets an ExpressLanes Sign..."Congestion Pricing" on the Way (The Source)
    • OC Register Wonders if Jerry Brown Is Crazy for Supporting High Speed Rail
    • SFV Residents, If You Missed Planning/LADOT Workshops, There's Another on Saturday (Daily News)
    • Do Bike Paths Promote Bike Riding? (Yes, They Do) (Atlantic Cities)
    • Metro Offers Late Notes to Commuters Delayed by Blue Line Outages (Blog Downtown)
    • More "Mayor Will Replace LaHood" Speculation (Daily News)

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