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Transportation Headlines for Saturday November 17, 2007

Alliance with ports won't forestall rail-crossings lawsuit
Press Enterprise

Despite apparent progress, completion of 23 Freeway widening is still years away - County needs transportation sales tax income to make road improvements
Simi Valley Acorn

Gas Prices Climb Closer to Records Set Earlier This Year - In L.A., Prices Are Less Than a Dime Away From Their All-Time Record

High-Speed Train Project Makes Progress on Financing Strategy and Introduces New Commuter Alternative for Altamont Pass
Business Wire

Holiday Transit Services
Southern California Transit Advocates

Indio Transportation Center moves on
My Desert News

Letters to the Editor: Off the Rails [Re: L.A. Sniper, Nov. 8]
L.A. City Beat

Looking for a Connection - Some See Proposed Transit Project as Downtown's Missing Link
L.A. Downtown News

New era tolls for county's commuters - South Bay Expressway opens to traffic Monday
San Diego Union Tribune

Purple Line subway route options
L.A. Visions

South Bay Expressway, San Diego’s First Toll Road, Opens - State-of-the-Art Expressway Completes Missing Link in San Diego Highway System and is Hailed as a Model for Public-Private Partnerships
Business Wire

Toll road to open in San Diego County amid expectations - The second private tollway in the state is the latest move to ease congestion by having motorists pay,1,5802929.story?track=rss
Los Angeles Times

World's Fastest Trains
USA Today