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5/30/2012

Expo Safety, TAP, New CAHSR Chief, CRA & More


Assembly Passes Two "Buy Here Pay Here" Reform Bills
StreetsBlog LA

Bike Network Open House To Update Downtowners On City Plans, Public Transit
Blog Downtown

Bullet Train Agency Names New Chief Executive
Los Angeles Times

Cities To Battle California In Court For Redevelopment Money
Los Angeles Times

Commentary: Does "Locking The Gates" And All The Associated Costs Even Make Fiscal Sense?
StreetsBlog LA

CRA Breakup Time-Consuming, Complex
Los Angeles Daily News

Ex-Caltrans Chief Tapped To Lead High-Speed Rail Project
Silicon Valley Mercury News

Get Your Busway On: Orange Line Extension Opens June 30
Curbed LA

Green Lane Gets More Women Riding In LA
League Of American Bicyclists

High-Speed Rail Board Picks Former Caltrans Chief To Lead Agency
Sacramento Bee

Jeffrey Morales To Head Calif. High-Speed Rail
San Francisco Chronicle

L.A. Expo Line Safety Questioned
Orange County Register

London's Bike-Share How To (video)
StreetsBlog LA

Metro's Orange Line Busway Extension To Open In June
Los Angeles Times

New Bike Lanes On White Oak Avenue In Reseda
B.I.K.A.S.

Ray LaHood On Making Room For Everyone On America's Streets
StreetsBlog DC

Safety Concerns Over Expo Line (story and video segment)
KTLA

Santa Monica Big Blue Bus Announces Route Changes, Cancellations
Santa Monica Lookout

TAP Coming To LADOT Bus Services
StreetsBlog LA

Task Force To Address Senior Transportation Issues
Long Beach Post

USC Professor Warns Expo Line Crossings Unsafe For Students, Pedestrians
CBS Los Angeles

Young Pasadena Residents Opt To Live Downtown ("Access to walkable amenities and Gold Line is a big draw for twentysomethings. The Downtown Pasadena Neighborhood Assn. wants more green space, bike paths and transportation options.")
Pasadena Sun


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