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Transportation Headlines for Sunday April 13, 2008

Amtrak resumes Seattle-to-L.A. passenger train - The Oregon slide that shut the Coast Starlight in January still requires a bus detour

Could Google Transit Become The Universal Trip Planner? As the site adds more transit systems to its database, some hope that Google's transit route planner could become as useful as its car route mapping software

Don't be dense - The growth policies favored by some city officials threaten L.A.'s livability,0,544304.story
Los Angeles Times

Earth Day Comes to Wilshire Center
L.A. Downtown News

I-15/215 Bottleneck - ‘Relief’ is on the Way
Supervisor Brad Mitzelfelt

Keeping the Lock Box Shut Tight: Preserving Funding for Transportation
Red County

Merchants welcome Ramona reopening (Alameda Corridor East)
Pasadena Star News

My way or the highway? Try the bikeway
Daily Breeze

Rails going below - State OKs funds for San Gabriel crossing (Alameda Corridor East)
Pasadena Star News

Sprinter ridership counts end month down, but officials optimistic
North County Times/Californian

Why the California High-Speed Rail plan is fundamentally flawed
The Standard