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Transportation Headlines for Thursday Sept. 28, 2006

Decades-Old Shop To Be Part Of Redevelopment Plan: Bernard Luggage Building Will Be Incorporated Into Project At Hollywood And Vine (Transit Oriented Development)

Drivers of tomorrow won't get mad at traffic, they'll get around it
USA Today

Free bus rides would benefit non-riders, too
Statesman Journal

Grant to build mass transit center in downtown San Pedro expires: Time has run out on the $2.4 million MTA award after no site for the project could ever be finalized
Daily Breeze

Higher train ridership maybe not due to gas prices (Metrolink)
Daily Bulletin

Inland Empire Officials Seek Greater Say in L.A. Port Issues: Increase in cargo traveling by truck and train greatly affects the area, they say,1,7035354.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

King County bus routes trip up Google
Seattle Post Intelligencer

Prop. 1A would end loophole
Whittier Daily News

San Francisco Mall May Supply Concept for L.A.: A tall mall must draw shoppers in and up. It could serve as a model for other cities,1,489764.story?coll=la-headlines-business
Los Angeles Times

Santa Monica Makes the Grade for Sustainable Effort
Santa Monica Surf/Lookout News

State infrastructure gets C-minus as engineers issue report card
Daily News

Supporting Proposition 1A will bring revenue to transportation projects: Measure would require lawmakers to pay back raided funds
Desert Sun

Toll Road Drives Too Hard a Bargain, L.A. Couple Say: Facing fees and penalties in O.C. totaling $379,000, they sue, saying their business got in trouble and they had no chance to contest,1,5609597.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

Transit center in city to have bilingual signs: Oxnard to be 1st in county to alter postings
Ventura County Star

Zoning laws threatened
Pasadena Star News