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7:55 AM PDT on April 10, 2013

We'll have a lot more on MyFigueroa! later today, but for now you can see some rough footage from last night at Streetsblog TV.

    • Speaking of Access to DTLA, Some Quick Fixes to 110 Bridge Could Make a Big Difference (DTLA Rising)
    • Mixed Review of ExpressLanes: HOT Lanes Moving Well, Congestion in Regular Lanes (LAT)
    • Council Creates Sort-Of Successor Agency to CRA (Daily News)
    • Villaraigosa: "L.A. Is on the Move" (LAT)
    • Metro Has New Campaign to Try and Stop Suicide by Train in South L.A. (Progressive Railroading)
    • Jerry Brown Campaigning for Chinese Capitol to Back High Speed Rail (Washington Examiner)
    • Mildly Insane Person Compares Road Bond to Nuclear War (City Watch)
    • New Getty Exhibit Features Transportation History (The Source)
    • Oh My God! Look at That Green Bike Lane Screwing Up Those Shots! (Daily Mirror)
    • Police Seek Bike Riding Groper in Long Beach (NBC4)
    • Kansas Bill Would Ban Public Funds Spent on "Sustainable Development" (Bloomberg)
    • Daily Carnage: El Monte Crossing Guard Struck in Hit and Run, Suspect Faces "Possible Charges" (ABC7)

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