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Transportation Headlines for Friday March 7, 2008

Agency hopes to extend life of aging CNG school buses
Antelope Valley Press

Bus Stop Shelter Reality
Transit Insider

California High Speed Rail Might Be On The Ballot This November

Court upholds SANBAG’s decision to withdraw Nisqualli funding
Victorville Daily Press

Gas at All Time High; Metro Looking to Cut Service

Games Governor Schwarzenegger Plays With Trains
California Progress Report

Gas ups budget woes – Municipalities face further tightening
San Bernardino Sun

Greyhound closes Ventura terminal
Ventura County Star

Greyhound packs its bags - Bus line closes decades-old Ventura service
Ventura County Reporter

Gridlock at Union Station (TAP pass purchases at the Metro Customer Center)

House transportation subcommittee analyzes private investors' influence on freight railroads
Progressive Railroading

I-405 Carpool Lane Project Closures between Route 90 and the I-10
BelAir Online

Is LA Prepared for an Oil Crisis?

LA clean-air plan now a power struggle
Journal of Commerce

Metro Canoga Transportation Corridor Project Draft EIR Public Hearing
Metro Rider LA

Metro Interactive Chat
Metro Rider LA

New diesel pollution rules will save lives
Sacramento Bee

Next Red Line Train Arriving in June

New traffic signals will control freeway-to-freeway connections
Daily News

Orange Line extension moves forward

Plan to eliminate Metro bus Line 108 through Marina area draws public criticism
The Argonaut

Red Line Will Be First to Have Automated Train Arrival Info

Runway Safety Warning System to give pilots direct warning of runway hazards
The Argonaut

SF Mayor signs law for low-emission cabs
San Francisco Chronicle

Scavenging Around L.A. (even riding public transit) – for fun
Los Angeles Times/The Guide

Tokyo’s Plugless Plug-in Hybrid Bus

Tollway veto could affect other road projects - If the Foothill South toll road is not built, a substitute must be made in a regional transit plan to hold on to state and federal funding, according to a planning agency,1,7125139.story
Los Angeles Times

Traffic And Congestion Costs Every Los Angeles Citizen $1561 Annually

Transportation Is Focus of Meeting
Santa Monica Mirror

Victorville I-15 project dropped from SANBAG's state funding list
Press Enterprise

Would You Rather Have: Bus Shelters Or An Ad-free Environment?