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Transportation Headlines for Saturday Nov. 18, 2006

An above-ground solution for Wilshire traffic: A dedicated bus lane for the Metro Rapid Line 720 would cost less in time and money than digging a subway to Santa Monica,0,2405331.story?coll=la-opinion-center
Los Angeles Times

Build a better downtown: Design competitions leave too many good ideas out of the mix,0,3324154.story?coll=la-opinion-rightrail
Los Angeles Times

Desert Route: Developers' 'next tier' told to plan now to avoid gridlock
Press Enterprise

Employment study focuses on better wages, fewer commuters: Better wages and fewer freeway commuters are the payoff, says an economic partnership
Press Enterprise

Greater density could speed rail line to Redlands (Metrolink)
Redlands Daily Facts

measure of success for Highway 118 widening
Simi Valley Acorn

Planting the seeds of a future park: The state names the winner of the design team that will transform L.A.'s 32-acre Cornfield into a swath of green at the edge of Chinatown,1,4934888.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

Trucks drive a debate Re "Trucks targeted in clean-air drive," Nov. 12,1,3557667.story?coll=la-news-comment
Los Angeles Times

Valley to see strong job growth Land scarcity, worker shortage complicate outlook
Pasadena Star News

Westside office market still hot: Grubb & Ellis forecasts robust demand for the foreseeable future. Area residents say any new space will add to their huge traffic burden (Metro Red Line, Exposition Light Rail),1,3373505.story?coll=la-headlines-californiaLos Angeles Times