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9:36 AM PDT on July 30, 2012

If you were away last week, check out our two-part interview with Mayor Villaraigosa: "Building a New Transportation System" and "The Subway Mayor Triumphant"

    • "Renegade Bike Race Goes Mainstream," a Review of Saturday's Wolfpack Hustle (LAT)
    • Reviews Positive for Grand Park Opening (LAT, LATCity Watch, Curbed)
    • Antonovich Gets All the Good Pressers.  First Tickets for Foster Kids, Now Late Night Trains (The Source)
    • Transportation Committee Slashes Meters in San Pedro Business District (LAT)
    • Caltrans Says 710 Expansion in Long Beach Good for Environment.  Everyone Laughs. (Bay Citizen, NC Times)
    • "Shoestring Budget," Urban Mag. Looks Askance at Hollywood Plan (City Journal)
    • What's Next for the Bullett Train? (Transportation Nation)
    • Berkeley Profs.: High Speed Rail Good for CA (Daily Californian)
    • Holmby Hills Wants to Secede from LA to Bev. Hills.  Cites Potholes, Sidewalks (LAT)
    • Op/Ed: Bike Licenses Would Make Streets Safer for Bikes, By Placating Jerk Drivers (CoCo Times)
    • Critical Mass Arrests in London as Cyclists Clash with Olympics (AP)

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