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Transportation Headlines for Friday October 12, 2007

Airport board OKs purchase of 40 ethanol-fueled sedans for police and operations
The Argonaut

City considers payout to fired transportation chief,1,4771384.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

City updating housing plan, while lawsuit is pending - Irvine is still at odds with SCAG over how much affordable housing must be built
Orange County Register

Comment period extended for proposed deepwater LNG port southwest of LAX
The Argonaut

Developer offers UCR Metrolink station as part of land swap
Press Enterprise

LA MTA tabs PB to develop transit solution for Crenshaw-Prairie corridor
Progressive Railroading

Left-Turn Signals Being Installed At Most Congested LA Intersections

Metro seeks input at Oct. 18th meeting on Westside Transit Corridor Study
The Argonaut

NBC Goes Green With Consolidation of L.A. Operations at Red Line Station
TV Week

Pico Artists at Work event seeks to paint new picture of Pico Boulevard
The Argonaut

Port Touts Changes At Green Port Fest
Grunion Gazette

Pros and Cons of Underground Cellphone Technology
New York Times

Rail traffic message readied - UNDERPASSES: Business leaders say the Inland area needs a big share of $2 billion in bond funds.
Press Enterprise

Testimony puts focus on Inland pollution
Press Enterprise

Transportation manager Jeff urged to settle L.A.
Daily News