Today’s Headlines

  • “Newspaper” That Syndicates Racist Conspiracy Website Blasts Metro Subway Report (BH Courier)
  • Metro Celebrates Funding Bicycling Safety Classes (The Source, The Source Again)
  • High Speed Rail Fans Excited About High Desert Connection (CAHSR Blog)
  • LA Newspaper Groups “Summer of Cycling” Continues to Be Fact-Free Dud (SGV Tribune)
  • SoCal Focus Continues Series on L.A.’s Little Trains (KCET)
  • O’Connor Will Chair Expo Construction Authority Board, Bonin Vice-Chair (CD 11 News)
  • A Thumbs Up for Pedalers Fork (LA Mag)
  • Neighborhood Council Big Wig Fuming About States on East Coast Charing for Highway Use (City Watch)
  • Caltrans Removes Lawn Signs from Private Property Objecting to Tunnel Plan (SacBee)
  • 3 Arrested for Attacking LAPD Officers Directing Dodger Traffic (CBS2)
  • Four Sheriffs, All in One Car, Injured in Morning Crash (LAT)

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