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10/08/2012

Anaheim's ARTIC, Alameda Corridor, CicLAvia Wrap Up, Gas Prices, Parking, 710 & More

Alameda Corridor Authority Obtains Bids For Baldwin Avenue Grade Separation Work
Progressive Railroading

Anaheim Transportation Center Picks Up Speed ("The $184-million project is being praised as iconic and futuristic by some. To others, it's the "Crystal Cathedral of train stations.")
Los Angeles Times

As Gas Prices Rise, Gov. Jerry Brown Orders Early Sale Of Cheaper Winter-Blend Fuel
Los Angeles Daily News

Between The Lines ("That prized garage space or curbside spot you’ve been yearning for may be costing you -- and the city -- in ways you never realized. A journey into the world of parking, where meter maids are under siege, everybody’s on the take, and the tickets keep on coming.")
Los Angeles Times

Chu, Schiff See 710 Study Differently ("Differences in their districts inform their points of view on the issue.")
La CaƱada Valley Sun

CicLAvia Bikers Pass By USC Area For First Time
USC Daily Trojan

CicLAvia Brings "Sea Of Bicycles" To L.A. Streets
Los Angeles Times

CicLAvia Finishes Without Problems, L.A. Police Say
Los Angeles Times

CicLAvia Heads Down A New Road
Zev Yaroslavsky, Los Angeles County Supervisor, Third District

CicLAvia Offers Los Angeles Bike Fans A Chance To Rule The Streets
Pasadena Star-News

Construction Deadline Bearing Down On Inland Rail-Crossing Projects
Riverside Press-Enterprise

Crowds Celebrate The Completion Of Downtown's Grand Park
Los Angeles Times

Delays May Threaten Valley High-Speed Rail Funds
Fresno Bee

Federal Officials Are Crafting Uniform Safety Rules For Metro, Other Subways
Washington Post

Gold Line Construction Watch, ObamaLAvia Arrives Sunday
Curbed LA

LAPD Wants People To Stay Away From Endeavour Transport Route
LAist

A New "Golden Age Of Oil" In The U.S.? Don't Believe It
Grist

Obama's Dream Is Abe Lincoln's Train, Not Amtrak ("U.S. President Barack Obama wants to jump-start a world-class high-speed rail network, but Republican candidate Mitt Romney wants to end Amtrak’s run as a government- controlled, subsidized rail company. This debate mirrors the larger conflict between Obama’s optimistic vision of a public sector that enriches our lives, and Romney’s skepticism about what the government actually delivers.")
Bloomberg

A Really Big Guide To CicLAvia On The Eastside
StreetsBlogLA

Sen. Feinstein Calls For FTC Investigation Into High Calif. Gas Prices
The Hill

Shoup To APA: Let Planners Lead On Parking Requirements
Planetizen

Temporary Playground To Turn Kids Into Planners
Next American City

Was Traffic Worse Than Normal This Week?
Brentwood Patch


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