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    • Judge Rules CAHSR Doesn't Live Up to Public Promises in 2008's Prop 1A (SacBee, LAT)
    • Meanwhile, the Times Is Starting to Look a Little Desperate in Its Anti-HSR Bent
    • Feds Delay Decision on Funding CA Transit Over Labor Dispute (LATUnion-Tribune)
    • Cyclelicious Has Updates on CA Bike Legislation, Ponders the True Cost of Operating Highways
    • Senator Steinberg’s CEQA Reform Bill Clears Assembly Committee (LAT)
    • More on Threat to CA Transit Agencies Bond Ratings (Moody)
    • Metro's Tour Da Arts Video Features Santa Monica Next Preview (YouTube)
    • Bay Area News Station Butchers Bike Lane Rules (Streetsblog SF)
    • Gold Line Foothill Extension Rolls On (The Source, SGV Tribune)
    • Mega Bus Brings $1 Service from Burbank to the Bay (LAist)
    • LAPD Looking for Help in Studio City Hit and Run Death (Daily News)

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There's a lot going on the next two weeks for Streetsblog LA offline: Damien is traveling, Sahra is finishing her fellowship, we're launching NEXT, taxes are due, our report for the California Endowment is due. Some days stories might be slow in posting, but we'll have something new and unique every day. By September everything will be back to normal.

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