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Transportation Headlines for Wednesday May 2, 2007

Almost Half of California Counties Fail Clean Air Test-- Los Angeles and Riverside Top National Bad Air List - Legislation on Ports and Diesel Needed to Improve Air - California's Aggressive Laws on Auto Emissions Have Led to Improvements
California Progress Report

Believe in the bullet train - Even though it's a gamble, high-speech rail would help California cope with its transportation problems,0,1456753.story?coll=la-opinion-leftrail
Los Angeles Times

City lobbying hard for share of billions for infrastructure
Daily News

Commuters should 'Watch the Traffic Go By'
Valley News/Daily News

Freeway collapse prompts questions, debate on safety -Sunday's Bay Area transit disaster is called a 'wake-up call' for California's engineers,1,5954676.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

L.A. climbs past 4 million - The city has as many people as New Zealand, more than 24 states. California's total is nearly 37.7 million,1,1167204.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

Metrolink station postponed: Construction of Buena Park stop will be completed by July, months later than planned
Orange County Register

On Pico-Olympic One-Way Proposal: “Let Me Assure Everyone, I’m Against the Plan”

Opinion: Metro fare hikes are the only way
United Transportation Union

To Do in L.A.: Drool Over Imaginary Subway

Traffic Freakout: Dedicated Bus Lanes on Wilshire

What about those potholes?
Daily News
Along for the Ride Blog
Daily News
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