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9:42 AM PDT on July 31, 2013

    • CEQA Reform Not Going Well (Capitol Public Radio)
    • Funds for Regional Connector, Purple Line, Endangered in D.C. (The Source)
    • Meanwhile Judge Dismisses Metro Attempt to End Lawsuit Against Connector (The Source)
    • LA Still Says Parkway Vegetables Gardens Are Illegal (LAT)
    • Will Beverly Hills Use Work Permits to Slow Subway Construction? (Bev. Hills Weekly via Curbed)
    • Meanwhile, The Platoon of Lawsuits Against the Subway Route Roll On (Courthouse News)
    • Editorial: Your Car iS Spying on You (LAT)
    • TAP Is So Awful It Stops People from Using Metro (City Watch)
    • Manhattan Beach School Board Member Attacked on Ballona Creek Bike Path (Easy Reader)
    • I Thought We Were Going to Have More Cops on That Path? (Orange 20)
    • Metro Meeting on Union Station This Thursday (DTLA News)
    • Council Ok's Public Works Board (LAT)
    • Wi-Fi Everywhere! (KPCC)
    • 405 Crash Closes 4 Lanes on the 405 (Daily News)
    • Ok, Who's Writing the Headlines at Metro These Days? (The Source)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

PS - Joe Linton and Carrie Lincourt welcomed their baby girl yesterday. She's healthy and Mom and Dad are resting.

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