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Transportation Headlines for Tuesday June 24, 2008

Assembly panel Oks 710 tunnel funds plan
Pasadena Star News

Biking On Sidewalks
WeHo News

Business, Labor, and Transportation Groups Urge Presidential Candidates to Make Transportation a Priority
News Blaze

California High Speed Rail and the High Price of Gasoline
California Progress Report

Coming Soon:Free Bus Rides to Dodger Stadium

Committed to investing in public transit for California (by Will Kempton)
San Francisco

Extra shock at the pump - LONG BEACH: Three out of four gas gauges were way off at station, customer says
Press Telegram

Fares cut on Los Angeles-San Francisco bus service - The price for a one-way ticket will range from $5 to $49,0,7696621.story?track=rss
Los Angeles Times

Fill 'er Up: Gas Is Cheap in Tijuana, So Californians Buy Big Fuel Tanks
Wall Street Journal

House Transportation Bill Advances Without Highway Trust Fund Relief
Mass Transit

L.A.’s Clean Truck Program moves forward

LAX taxiway opens today
Daily Breeze

Los Angeles traffic
Los Angeles Times/Daily Mirror Blog

Mass transit to Dodger Stadium?
Los Angeles Times

Militant Update: NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!! (Metro Next Train signs)
Militant Angeleno

New Sources of Traffic Congestion Data
Oh the places you’ll go

Obama day downtown (Street Closures)
LA Observed

O.C. transit agency to explore refinancing of tollway bonds
Interest rates on about $100 million in debt for the 91 Express Lanes are rising because the insurer was downgraded by several credit agencies,0,1052149.story
Los Angeles Times

Rail Riders: Double Down for Subway Funding

Recumbent bicycles ride high with fans,0,6604403.story
Los Angeles Times

Riders have Plan for Funding Subway to the Sea

Saving America’s Infrastructure
The Big Stick

Solar bill may shine for small firms - ELECTRICITY: Measure would require utilities to buy half of their power from renewable sources
Press Telegram

Transportation Bill Would Move California Closer to Smart Growth (AB 842)
Smart Growth

Transportation: Ride the Red Cars!
LA Cityzine

Walkable Urban Living: The New American Dream? Demand Grows for Mixed-Use Neighborhoods as Suburbs Face New Challenges
Smart Growth

Why The 2-Hour Commute Is A Public Policy Success
California Planning and Development Report