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Transportation Headlines for Friday April 13, 2007

Breaking records: Orange Line busway reaches new height of popularity
Daily News

City of Santa Monica Exposition Light Rail Project Page
Santa Monica

City to join foes of new FBI building,1,4516091.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

City To Join Pending Lawsuit Against Proposed FBI Project

Dodger parking blues - Stadium about to face first big weekend
Daily News

Interchange EIR exemption urged
Victorville Daily Press

International flights departing LAX: Report casts doubt on the airport's ability to maintain its West Coast dominance as others make room for new superjumbo jets
Daily Breeze

Letters to the Editor: Proposed MTA rate hikes are discriminatory.
Santa Monica Mirror

Neighborhood Council Watch - Angry Pico Union Votes No On Olympic-Pico One Way Streets
City Watch L.A.

New York MTA Breaks Ground on Second Avenue Subway

Santa Monica: Council votes some bus fare increases for July 1st; basic fare is unchanged
The Argonaut

Santa Monica Council Hikes Bus Fares; Poor, Young Hardest Hit
Santa Monica Surf/Lookout News

State's drivers are pumping less gas: Californians slowed their fuel guzzling last year as prices hovered above $3 a gallon,0,4334502.story?coll=la-home-headlines
Los Angeles Times

State's highest court says Caltrans can use private contractors
San Francisco Chronicle

TGV in our future - $40 billion, Californians would be better off riding the high-speed train in France
Press Telegram