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Transportation Headlines for Wednesday March 21, 2007

Caltrans starts improvements on Highway 38 in Mentone
Redlands Daily Facts

City Pursues Mobility Options
Santa Clarita Signal

Colton, Caltrans to share cost of improving I-10 on-, offramps
Press Enterprise

Congressional Update: Pushing Through Transportation's Agenda
Metro Magazine

Customers Making The Move To Smart Cards
Metro Magazine

Desert BNSF yard would mean more jobs
San Bernardino Sun

Feedback pours in about troubling bus experiences
Daily News

Houston Metro Turns to Private Sector to Expand Its System; Others Still Skeptical
Mass Transit Magazine

How Traffic Jams Are Made In City Hall: The bad logic and failed policies of transportation planners
Reason Online

Hydrogen Fueling Stations to Debut in Several States in 20
Fuel Cell Works

Innovative Financing Strategies: Challenges Drive Innovative Financing Strategies
Mass Transit Magazine

Long Beach Council Votes 8-0 To Prepare Resolution Endorsing Sen. Lowenthal's "Port Investment" Bill SB 974; Attaches No Conditions To City Hall Support But Will Send Letter To Senator Listing Local Concerns
Long Beach Report

Mini Metro for Sale
Metro Rider

Metro Goes Mini

Metro Toy: It's A Small Bus
Curbed L.A.

New parking plan unveiled at Dodger Stadium: New plan and increase in parking staff will improve safety and simplify the entrance and exit process
The Dodgers

Traffic in LA - The Everlasting Gridlock?

Traffic snarl: Rail or rubber? How far should the subway system be extended? And should transit systems be subsidized? All this week, Ted Balaker and Bart Reed debate traffic, transit, and mobility in Los Angeles,0,2866423.story?coll=la-opinion-center
Los Angeles Times

Train hits car trapped at crossing
Antelope Valley Press

Transit Agencies Split Between Two Different WiFi Models
Mass Transit Magazine

Transit Tracking: Automatic Passenger Counting Systems and Tracking Ridership
Mass Transit Magazine

UCLA Anderson Forecast Presents: Solutions for our City: Mayor Villaraigosa and Distinguished Speakers to Address Key Issues Facing Los Angeles Wire