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Transportation Headlines for Tuesday April 3, 2007

Amtrak may be rounding the bend
Capital Times

Cal Beats Harvard & Harvard for Redo of First Street
Curbed L.A.

China detains 10 over Beijing subway tunnel cave-in

Crying foul on fares: Planned MTA hikes could strand some
Daily News
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Disputes Over Routing Of Light Rail
Palms Village Sun

Emissions law could still face hurdles: Despite a favorable Supreme Court ruling, another suit, the EPA or Congress could still stymie state legislation,0,340435.story?coll=la-home-headlines
Los Angeles Times

End of Line for Public Input Brings Light Rail Controversy
Santa Monica Surf/Lookout News

French train breaks rail speed record,0,667220.story?coll=la-home-headlines
Los Angeles Times

Gas Company Named 'Industry Pioneer' for Leadership in Advancing Natural Gas as a Clean Transportation Fuel
Prime News Wire

It's full speed ahead for airport: $835,000 allocated to prepare for scheduled jet service in Palmdale
Daily News – Antelope Valley Edition

OCTA panel pushes for carpool rule shift: It wants the successful program -- allowing drivers to go in and out of the lanes at will -- extended countywide,0,5976358.story?coll=la-home-headlines
Los Angeles Times

Public Officials Required To Bike To Work: Under new rules put in place by Mayor Marcelo Ebrard, public officials in Mexico City are required to ride their bikes to work at least once per month

Rail Systems Update: Reaching Critical Mass in Rail Transit
Mass Transit

Transit advocates blast Governor's cuts in funding: Critics warn of worse traffic jams, hardship for people who can't drive
San Mateo County Times

University of California Berkeley Team Wins 2007 ULI Gerald D. Hines Student Urban Design Competition (for L.A. First Street Corridor),84086.shtml
Earth Times