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Transportation Headlines for Wednesday Sept. 27, 2006

Bus Filters Remove Tons of Soot from Bay Area Air: Historic Diesel Cleanup Program for 1,700 Buses
Yahoo! Business

Chinatown Rises Again

Finally, on the right track: Maybe it's time to redefine exactly what cost-efficiency means in a city such as Los Angeles (Metro Purple Line/Wilshire Subway),0,2908056.story?coll=cl-home-more-channels
Los Angeles Times

Fullerton looks for transit ideas: The city invites residents to speak about what they'd like at the transportation center. The first meeting is Thursday
Orange County Register

Google hops on the bus
Pittsburgh Tribune Review

Less Bang for the Buck: Maryland Mass Transit Authority Installs Early Warning Explosives Detection System
Homeland Response

MTA unbound
Daily News

New feature will let you Google Seattle Metro routes: Free trip-planning service shows maps, satellite views
Seattle Post Intelligencer

Newsom's vision for transit is short on new suggestions: SF Muni bosses told the problems won't be solved overnight
San Francisco Chronicle

'Pay as you go' for transit projects
Sacramento Bee

Port insecurity: The ports remain a target; funding needs to reflect that
Press Telegram

Ralph Story, 86; Veteran Radio and TV Personality Hosted Shows About L.A.,1,4709611.story?coll=la-news-obituaries
Los Angeles Times
Editor’s Note: Ralph Story starred in SCRTD’s 1968 promo film “Public Transportation, Who Needs It?

Roads Are Too Important to be Left to Governments
Independent Institute

Schwarzenegger approves bill extending toll road agreement
San Diego Union Tribune