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Transporttation Headlines for June 1, 2006

Anti-Terrorism Funding for Orange County Is Reduced: But the Anaheim and Santa Ana area will still receive $11.9 million. Los Angeles Basin will get $92.5 million to help protect the ports,1,1812138.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

CSUF honored for being environmentally friendly: Rail and bus reimbursements as well as walk, bike and carpool incentive programs qualified Cal State Fullerton as one of the Best Workplaces for Commuters
Orange County Register

Denver RTD aim - less diesel 'bang' for its buck: New hybrid buses promise reduced noise and exhaust
Rocky Mountain News

Expanding The Green Line to LAX Is Still On The Table
Mass Transit

Free rides, coming and going, to be offered on smog days
San Francisco Chronicle

Interview: Nathaniel Ford, Executive Director, MUNI
SFist Blog

L.A. Area to Get $92.5 Million in Anti-Terror Funds,1,2434072.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

LA Gains, San Diego, SF Area, OC Lose In New Counterterror Grants
ABC News

Levine Bill to Allow Tribes to Join Southern Calif. Association of Governments Clears State Assembly
California Chronicle

Mary Bono honored for grants funding hydrogen powered buses
Desert Sun

MTA ideas may ad up
Daily News

National Dump The Pump Day – June 8
Mass Transit

Sneak peek ride given on New Mexico’s Rail Runner (commuter rail)
News Bulletin