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Streetsblog is still on a very-light publishing schedule this week. Happy New Year and don't forget about our End of Year Fundraising Drive and book raffle!

    • What's Up With all the Cost Overruns at Metro on New Rail? (LAT)
    • Free Metro Bike Share Through Wednesday (The Source)
    • Housing's Rebound Does Little for Affordable Stock (Daily News)
    • Even Weird by City Watch Standards, Piece Compares Sen Weiner to Bad Santa
    • Good Explainer on the Planned/Funded Gold Line Extension (Curbed)
    • Profile of Severin Martinez, LADOT'S 'Bike Lane Broker' (Person of Infrastructure)
    • NBA Arena Takes Step Forward in Inglewood (Urbanize)
    • Rundown of 2020 Laws on Environment, Housing, Politics and More (LAT)

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