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9:36 AM PDT on March 21, 2013

Day two of my nefarious plan to rule the world one blog at a time. Damien should be back at the helm tomorrow.

    • The coming Broadway streetcar is already leading to a posh new hotel on its route (DTLA Rising)
    • Arrest in Newhall hit-and-run against a cyclist leads to serious charges (KHTS)
    • Family hopes for justice 6 months after Gardena man killed in a hit-and-run (Neon Tommy)
    • Just like LA once had a vibrant rail system, we used to have bike superhighway (LA Magazine)
    • Is it time to panic yet? Hillslide closes PCH between Sunset and Temescal Canyon (LA Times, LAist)
    • Meanwhile, a Coldwater Canyon mini-Carmagedon gets underway this weekend (LA Daily News)
    • New iPhone app will tell you if your car has been recalled (LA Times)
    • The new I-10 Express Lanes appear to be doing the job so far (The Source)
    • New interactive map allows you to follow construction of the Gold Line extension (The Source)
    • Still no decision on building a Leimert Park stop on the upcoming Crenshaw Line  (Curbed LA)
    • Support for high speed rail continues to decline among state voters (LA Times)
    • Room for bikes is already there on North American Streets (Streetsblog Network)
    • Big highway projects may have to consider their impact on global warming (DC Streetsblog)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

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