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Transportation Headlines for Sunday June 10, 2007

Gridlocked Skies: Increasing demand, lack of ground access will clog regional airports, planners say
San Diego Union Tribune

High-speed rail called dead
North County Times

Investing in our transit needs
The Argus

LAEDC Names Transportation, Logistics Consultant and Entrepreneur Al Shepetuk As The New President For CA Transp. and Logistics Institute (CALTI)
PR Web

L.A. subway? Seriously - Don't laugh, Easterner. The 171/2-mile subterranean beauty, part of a fledgling high-speed-rail network, can deposit you in the starry heart of Hollywood
Philadelphia Inquirer

Leaders Consider Alternatives To High-Speed Trains

Major revamp of LAX is stuck at the gate: After 15 years of little more than occasional face lifts, efforts to find common ground on an airport modernization plan are on hold again,1,1819937.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

'No driving today' - As gas prices rise, more drivers ride the cycling trend
Inside Bay Area

Report Calls Portland's Dedicated Bus Lanes Ineffective

Sprinter boarding estimate gets 1,300-passenger bump
North County Times

The case for the toll road
North County Times

Transit has edge in (state) budget negotiations
Tri Valley Herald