Transportation Headlines on


Transportation Headlines for Friday Nov. 10, 2006

Bike path to be upgraded between 62nd Avenue and Culver Boulevard
The Argonaut

City, County Work to Gather Growth Stats
Santa Clarita Signal

City takes a light approach in new battle to ease traffic bottlenecks
Improved signal timing and other measures help to improve the flow at intersections across L.A,1,4657701.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

Corridor planned by two counties: Los Angeles County supervisors voted Wednesday to join with San Bernardino County on an initiative to build a high-speed roadway linking the Antelope Valley Freeway and Interstate 15
Daily News/Antelope Valley Edition

Feinstein, Boxer to wield Senate gavels in Dems regime
Daily News

LAX Specific Plan Amendment Study meeting focuses on safety
The Argonaut

Lindbergh Field looks at next steps after Miramar plan rejected: More congestion likely
San Diego Union Tribune

Mayor expects traffic fix speedup: Election result seen aiding local projects
Daily News

Mayor to reap spoils of election victories: The city expects to get billions in bond money and Villaraigosa will have clout in D.C.,1,1600444.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

New Traffic Congestion Relief Program Launched – Operation Bottleneck

Program Management Team Secured to Lead Construction Planning and Building of High-Speed Train (Calif. High Speed Rail Authority)
Business Wire

Propositions’ Passage Brings Promise Of Big Bucks To City
Long Beach Gazette

San Francisco To Implement Bus Rapid Transit Service By 2010

Subway Update: Can You Dig It?: Plans for a subway through Beverly Hills move forward
Beverly Hills Weekly

USA Signal Technology's LED Traffic Lights Can Reduce Municipalities' Traffic Signal Energy Use Up to 90% and Provide Citywide Broadband Wireless Networks
Market Wire

Vote paves way for new roads
Press Telegram