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Today’s Headlines

8:13 AM PST on January 23, 2013

    • LaHood Staying for Now, Boxer Says Villaraigosa a Great Choice to Head USDOT (Bloomberg, The Hill)
    • More on the Alternatives Analysis from the Big Dig (The Source, Star-News)
    • CicLAvia E.D. Aaron Paley Details the Long Road to CicLAvia (Zocalo)
    • L.A. Council T-Comm Talks Connections to Ontario Airport (Daily News)
    • States Looking Seriously at "By the Mile" Transpo. Tax (KCET)
    • Columnist Bemoans That State Isn't Building Enough Highways (SacBee)
    • Granted. Some of the Parking Signage Can Be Confusing (LA Observed)
    • Council Bans Skateboard "Bombing" (Daily News)
    • Some Wonderful Pics. from the Tweed Ride (The Source)
    • Google Bike Directions Can’t Seem to Navigate America’s First Bike Boulevard in Palo Alto (Cyclelicious)

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Last night was great, and we worked out the technical glitches that lost about 20 minutes of the broadcast so they won't happen again. Thanks to everyone who came out and we'll have more later this morning.

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