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9:21 AM PST on January 2, 2013

    • A Pleasant Review of Jaime De La Vega's Reign at LADOT (Asian Journal)
    • Zoning Officials Uphold Downtown Wal-Mart Permits (LAT)
    • Don Ward Continues His Hit and Run Tour - About 90 Seconds In (KFI - John and Ken)
    • Review of 6 Options for Sepulveda Pass Project (Daily News)
    • How the Fiscal Cliff Could Impact Local Transit (The Source)
    • First Phase of Glendale Narrows Riverwalk Opens (LA_Now)
    • Happy Valentine's Day, NFL Teams Have Until 2/15 to Declare for L.A. in 2013 (Daily News)
    • WeHo, Others Considering Bike Share (Patch via Curbed)
    • Driver Takes a Trip on Metro Rail, Likes It Except for TAP (Train
    • There's a Mayor's Race: Zzzzzzz (Daily News)
    • Refineries Play Huge Role in Local Gas Prices, and Fluctuations (LAT)
    • Real Estate Still an Issue for High Speed Rail in the Central Valley (Fresno Bee)
    • The Source Readers: Expo Opening Biggest Story of 2012
    • Meanwhile, Curbed Lauds a Huge Years for Peds., Open Space, Transit
    • CHP: No Deaths on SOCAL Highways This New Year (Daily News)
    • Photog Killed Crossing Sepulveda After Shooting Shot of Bieber's Car (Daily News)
    • Who Wants Some Old-School License Plates? (LAT)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

Note: Just because I was/am sick doesn't mean that we forgot the Streetsies. I'll be posting the "best of times" a little later this morning.

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