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Transportation Headlines for Friday June 30, 2006

710 Freeway Expansion: Project Shifts Out Of Neutral
Grunion Gazette

Bus Riders Union Refresher
LAist Blog

Fall Ballot Is a $46-Billion Question: Five bond measures and four tax-hike efforts contribute to the record tally. The issues are expected to complicate political alliances,0,3100021,full.story?coll=la-headlines-politics
Los Angeles Times

Get over the Green Line gap at LAX
LA Observed Blog

Interim MARTA chief applies to stay on in job
Atlanta Journal Constitution

Lawmakers vote to remove high-speed rail bond from November ballot

Marina WaterBus shuttle service starts Friday, June 30th

MTA Board Approves $10 Million to Study Transit Projects: Transit agency's board approves $10million to evaluate 21 possible projects despite the objections of new leader Gloria Molina,1,2802978.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

MTA OKs planning package: Supervisor Molina critical of $9.78 million price tag
San Gabriel Valley Tribune

MTA Recognized for Transportation Achievements
Eastside Sun

MTA Red Line Extension Study is ON
LAVoice Blog

MTA To Spend $9.78M On Planners, Studies

Playa Vista Beach Shuttle service starts Saturday, July 1st

Ports of LB and L.A. Unveil Draft "San Pedro Bay Ports Clean Air Action Plan"
Long Beach Report

Port pollution solutions: Ambitious initiatives for scrubbing the air
Press Telegram

Red Line Gets Boost
Los Angeles Business Journal

Toddler on tricycle killed by MTA bus
Pasadena Star News

Travelers say LAX doesn't measure up nationally
Survey says the airport was No. 13 out of the 16 largest U.S. airports, managing to beat out San Francisco International
Daily Breeze

TriMet fare nickel raise made official
The Oregonian