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Transportation Headlines for Monday January 30, 2006

Bond plan is scrutinized by legislators: Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger can't say his public works bond proposals aren't getting thorough consideration by the Legislature. Legislative committees held nine hearings last week
Daily Breeze

Building the Traffic Brain: Four Stories Below Ground, a Team of Engineers and Computers Tries to Out-Think Rush Hour
Los Angeles Downtown News

Bus Connects Union Station With LAX
Los Angeles Downtown News

Catalina Barge Owner Prepares to Ship Out: Avalon officials had objected to the vessel's highly visible remodel. But its removal leaves the island without a boat-repair outfit,0,6589202.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

Council Members Urge Reversal on Subway Ban
Los Angeles Downtown News

Downtown to Pasadena In 27 Minutes
Los Angeles Downtown News

Effort to Rebuild State a Tougher Sell in New Era: The governor is pushing a building plan on a scale not seen since the days of Pat Brown. But the political climate has chilled since then,0,5594643.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

Frommer introduces plan to aid crossings: Dario Frommer introduces bill to garner cash for separation for at-grade crossings
Burbank Leader

High fuel costs stall bus project: NATURAL GAS: The Riverside County plan offers riders fewer stops while avoiding freeway traffic.
Riverside Press Enterprise

LAEDC Offers Economic Outlook
Los Angeles Downtown News

Listen to SCAG: It's time to look beyond LAX
Los Angeles Daily News

New Urban Design Officer Brought In: To Guide Growing Downtown, City
Long Beach Gazette

Project Is Counting On the Power of Hydrogen: Filling stations and converted Priuses for five cities are part of a long-term energy effort,0,7165260.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

San Diego, other California cities feeling airport squeeze
Sacramento Bee

TIMES PAST: JAN. 30, 1993 - Car-Dependent City Welcomes a Subway,0,3286197.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times