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Transportation Headlines for Monday Jan. 29, 2007

All Aboard? Operators Pledge Angels Flight Will Reopen by Summer, Though Council Action Looms
L.A. Downtown News

Bill would provide bikers with buffer against traffic
Pasadena Star News

Cost in way of greener buses. STATE LAW: Some school districts are not able to replace fleets or maintain air-friendly vehicles
Riverside Press Enterprise

Curitiba's Ex-Mayor Prescribes "Urban Acupuncture"
World Changing

Hooray For Hollywood's Urban Renaissance

Lower MTA fares to boost ridership Re "A (higher) ticket to ride," editorial, Jan. 26,0,4052005.story?coll=la-news-comment-letters
Los Angeles Times

MTA considers creating its own court: Agency officials believe they could boost compliance -- and collections -- with a system focused on transit,1,6905701.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

Oregon Company to be Awarded Federal Contractor for First U.S.-Made Modern Streetcar
Mass Transit

Parallel tracks for Red Cars, papers?,0,2479137.story?coll=la-news-comment-letters
Los Angeles Times

Supersized transit (Metro Orange Line)
Daily News

West L.A. Chamber and Brentwood ‘Visionary’ See Monorail As Answer to Traffic Woes
Westside Chronicle