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5/15/2013

710 Freeway Extension, "Bikeaggeddon", Cap And Trade, SCIG Rail Yard & More

May 15: This Date In Los Angeles Transportation History (Metro releases a draft environmental impact report for a San Fernando Valley east-west rapidway in 2001. It opens as the Metro Orange Line on October 29, 2005)
Metro Transportation Library Primary Resources Blog

Alhambra One Of The Few To Reaffirm Support For 710 Freeway Extension
Pasadena Sun

Bike Sharing? Sure. The Racks? No Way
New York Times

Bikeaggeddon As Metro Closes Bike Path For 405 "Improvements": Re-Opening Date A Moving Target
StreetsBlog LA

Brown's Budget Sends Cap And Trade Funds To Black Hole Of General Fund
StreetsBlog LA

Giving Teens The Option Not To Drive
The Atlantic: Cities

Long Beach City Council Unanimously Approves Lawsuit Against City Of Los Angeles Over Proposed SCIG Rail Yard
StreetsBlog LA

Long Beach To Sue L.A. Over Port Project
Long Beach Press-Telegram

A Los Angeles Primer: The Miracle Mile
KCET

Millennials Will Drive More As They Age, But Still Less Than Their Parents
StreetsBlog DC

Reward Offered In Violent Attack On Metro Bus Driver
KTLA

University Of Michigan Launches New Center To Transform Mobility ("U-M has established the Michigan Mobility Transformation Center as a partnership with government and industry to dramatically improve the safety, sustainability and accessibility of ways that people and goods move from place to place in our society.")
University Of Michigan

U.S. PIRG: The Driving Boom Is Over But The Road-Building Binge Continues
StreetsBlog DC

When L.A.'s Farmers Market Came To Third And Fairfax
LA as Subject via Los Angeles Magazine

Why We Should Never Fine Cyclists
The Atlantic: Cities


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