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Transportation Headlines for Sunday March 12, 2006

Bond bill rejected by Senate
Los Angeles Daily News

Bridges Remain Key Quake Risk: Caltrans has upgraded most of its spans, but cities and counties are struggling to find funds to fix theirs. Experts fear results are years away,1,3810320.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

Busman reaches his stop: Happy 100th birthday, Arthur; it's a good age to retire
Los Angeles Daily News

Congestion czar: Welcome is in order to Gloria Jeff, the woman who has the potential to be one of the most popular people in Los Angeles or one of the least popular
Los Angeles Daily News

Deadline for state bond decision comes, goes: Despite late-night session, Senate lawmakers fail to come to a consensus on the $49 billion public works plan
Los Angeles Daily Breeze

Governor Sees His Bond Plan Derailed: Senate GOP Rejects Public- Works Drive
San Diego Union Tribune

Hope dims for getting a bond accord: Rejecting Democrats' plan, GOP urges more water storage, fewer restrictions on transportation work
Sacramento Bee

Interchange weave becomes real snarl (605 & 10 Freeways)
Pasadena Star News

Scheduled for takeoff: Ontario International to benefit from LAX growth cap
Riverside Press Enterprise

This crisis requires action, not rhetoric (Ventura County Transportation Commission)
Ventura County Star