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Transportation Headlines for Thursday Nov. 9, 2006

Beverly Hills Mass Transit Committee hosted a special "Town Hall Meeting" on Thu., Nov. 2, 2006 in Beverly Hills City Hall to seek public input before making a recommendation for City Council consideration
Presentation: (.pdf)
City of Beverly Hills

Clean sweep for infrastructure-bond package
Capitol Weekly

Gold Line going to Montclair
San Bernardino Sun

Inland Empires's ticket to Gold Line to due arrive in about a decade
Daily Bulletin

Election 2006: California Results - Los Angeles County
Los Angeles Times

Home run for bonds: $43 Billion To Fix Decades Of Neglect, Needs
Mercury News

Inland votes drive transportation bond - PROP. 1B: Riverside officials already poised to go after billions in roadwork funds set to become available
Riverside Press Enterprise

M is for more money:Voters narrowly approve a 30-year extension of a half-cent sales tax for spending on transportation projects
Orange County Register

MODERN LIFE - When the world roars by your door - Sirens, motorcycles, car stereos - traffic noise doesn't defeat residents of one busy South Pasadena street. Coping has become second nature (Metro Gold Line)
Los Angeles Times

Santa Monica Council Incumbents Sweep to Victory Despite Attacks (Pam O’Connor)
Santa Monica Surf/Lookout News

State voters pave the way for roadwork: Los Angeles expected to get part of $20 billion
Daily News

Trolley promoted as auto alternative
Daily News/Santa Clarita Edition

Voters Approve Over $40 Billion in Transportation Investment: 2006 Continues the Trend of Transportation Investment at the Ballot Box - Voters Approve Approximately 70% of Transportation Measures Nationwide
Center for Transportation Excellence

Voters Support Nearly $40 Billion for Transportation Funding; American People Clamoring for Relief from Traffic Congestion
U.S. Newswire

Welcome results for business: Passage of bonds should make it easier for firms to thrive in California
San Francisco Chronicle

With bonds approved, the line for billions forms
Los Angeles Times