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June 14: This Date In Los Angeles Transportation History (In celebration of the Metro Blue Line's 10th anniversary, rail cars are repainted in Pacific Electric "Red Car" livery)
Metro Transportation Library Primary Resources Blog

Bike Lanes On Vineland Win Support From Neighborhood Council ("The board of directors casts its vote for the wider and quieter Vineland over the idea of having bike lanes on the more lively Lankershim Boulevard.")
North Hollywood-Toluca Lake Patch

California Bullet Train Obtains Exemption From Federal Review ("The initial 65-mile segment of the train line can proceed without extensive oversight, a federal transportation board rules.')
Los Angeles Times

California High-Speed Rail Gets A Green Light

Clean Trucks Program: U.S. Supreme Court Rules Port Of Los Angeles Must Roll Back Some Provisions
Daily Breeze

Cloud Technology Deployed To Make Railway Crossings Safer
Innovation Trail

Connection Authority Board Opposes Proposed Measure R Amendment
Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension Construction Authority

Downtown LA's Renaissance, The New Hipster Paradise
My Fox LA

In California Cities, Drivers Want More Bike Lanes. Here's Why
StreetsBlog DC

Integrating Land Use And Transportation III: Homes Zone (Part 3 of 6)
StreetsBlog LA

Key Green Light For California High-Speed Rail
Bakersfield Californian

Leimert Park Station Award Rocked By MTA Construction Obstruction

Long Beach Transit Director Larry Jackson Leaves Driver's Seat After More Than 30 Years
Long Beach Press-Telegram

Metro's Summer Public Art Tour Connects Rail, Artists, And Communities

More Evidence That We Have Reached Peak Car

New Metro Rail Map Is Very Real And Pretty Spectacular
Curbed LA

New Metro Rail Map Of Los Angeles Has A Lot On It
LA Observed

NJ Transit's Mobile Ticketing Pilot Slowly Catching On

O.C. Toll Road Agency Could Keep Fees Through 2053 ("Officials approve a $2.4-billion bond sale to refinance the Foothill-Eastern system, which has lower-than-anticipated revenue despite higher charges.")
Los Angeles Times

Rail To Redlands An Opportunity For The East Valley
Highland Community News

Shifting Lanes: The Demise Of The Southern California Autopia ("To understand the City of Angels, Joan Didion once wrote, one needed to immerse oneself in the freeway experience or, as she put it, "the only secular communion Los Angeles has.")

Showdown Or Compromise? All's Quiet In Advance Of [Today's] Hearing On The Spring Street Green Bike Lane
StreetsBlog LA

South Pasadena Gets Bragging Rights For Winning "Bike Week LA" Challenge
Pasadena Star-News

Spring Street Park To Open Monday
Los Angeles Downtown News

Supreme Court Rules In ATA's Favor On Los Angeles' Port Parking, Placard Requirements
Transport Topics

Supreme Court Strikes Down "Clean Trucks" Program At Port Of LA
CBS Los Angeles

Supreme Court Strikes Down Parts Of LA Port's Clean Truck Program
Los Angeles Times

Time To Curb Parking Rates Hikes

Upcoming CicLAvia On Wilshire To Add Pilates, Yoga And Korean BBQ
LA Weekly

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