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    • High Speed Rail Faces Big Vote in the Senate This Week (LAT)
    • Update on 405-Sepulveda Pass Transit Options (The Source)
    • Alarcon Finds $500,000 for Local Sidewalk Repair (Daily News)
    • Street Art Makes Downtown Sidewalks a Little More Attractive (LAT)
    • Santa Monica Hires Alta Planning and Design to Improve Sidewalks Near Expo/Beach (Mirror)
    • Chance for Fast Lane Sticker Jolts Volt Sales in CA (Auto News)
    • Daily News Heralds Brown Decision to Drop Legal Speed-Up for HSR
    • Biking on the River Path to Long Beach (KCET)
    • Ben and Jerry's, Union Station, Hooray! (Brigham Yen)
    • Rio Opens First BRT (City Fix)
    • "Beverly Hills may have found allies in Little Tokyo and downtown’s Financial District in the fight against the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s abuse of community interests." (Courier)

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