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Transportation Headlines for Thursday May 31, 2007

A Denser L.A. - Understanding the map
L.A. Weekly

Art Walk DASH Officially a Go

Bill aims for clean air at ports
Press Telegram

'Blood Alley' fix up for vote - Highway 138 work proposed
Daily News/Antelope Valley Edition

Do gas giants charge too much? Are gasoline prices too high? At what price will we start to see consumer behavior changing? Tom Tanton of the Institute for Energy Research and Judy Dugan of the Foundation for Taxpayer and Consumer Rights debate the politics, economics and secrets of rising energy costs,0,4832512.story?coll=la-opinion-center
Los Angeles Times

Downtown Art Walk Now An Art Ride

Fare wars: Bus and train fares will go up in July and activists threaten legal action
Pasadena Weekly
L.A. City Beat

First of S.B. County railroad-crossing projects set to start
Press Enterprise

Green Transportation Alternatives in Los Angeles
Green Options

Investigation Underway on NGV Fuel Tank Failure
The Auto Channel

Model Inevitable: Americans and our cars.
National Review

MTA board compromises, approves gradual fare hikes
Wave Newspaper

New battery for electric cars tested: Faster pack charging makes technology consumer-friendly
Whittier Daily News

Raise Gas Tax for Sake of Roads?
Daily News/Along for the Ride Blog

Stick a card in the meter - City eyeing new parking devices
Daily News

Summer Beach Shuttle serving Playa Vista, Marina and Venice expands its service
The Argonaut

Transit agencies brace for change under revised budget: $1.3 billion in cuts to be made from state public transit
California Aggie

Truck group attacks `green' plan - Association says a ban on older vehicles is illegal
Press Telegram

What's Smart About Smart Growth? City Hall's plan for the future expects you to give up the yard, the car - and learn to love density
L.A. Weekly

Why Your Car Has Lousy Gas Mileage - Despite Big Technological Advances in Auto Design, Fuel Efficiency Has Stagnated Since the 1970s
Wall Street Journal