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9:07 AM PDT on March 26, 2012

    • The Source Can't Stop Writing About Expo Opening: One, Two, Three, Four Stories on Friday
    • But Are They More Excited Than Commenters at Curbed?
    • But the Paper of Record Just Seems Confused...Is It Bad, Is It Good, Is It a Boondoggle? (LAT)
    • Early 2012 Streetsie Award for Worst Headline: "Metro on Track to Destroy Beverly Hills High"
    • Wilshire Boulevard, 2020 (LA Mag.)
    • USC Professor Says Senate Transpo. Bill Won't Make a Difference (Neon Tommy)
    • Despite Bad Press, Republican Opposition, Legislature Ready to Green Light High Speed Rail (SacBee)
    • Does the "Giant Park and Ride in Victorville" Plan Make Sense for the Gamblin' Train to Vegas? (NPR)
    • L.A. Syncing Traffic Signals (Daily News)
    • 1908 Residential Ordinance the Key to L.A.'s (LAT)
    • Atlantic Cities Explores the Future of Intelligent Parking Technology
    • G.M. Turns to MTV for Help in Keeping Young People Hooked on Cars (NYT)
    • Is Garcetti Tough Enough to Be Mayor? (LAT)

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