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10/30/2008

Transportation Headlines for Thursday October 30, 2008

AASHTO outlines federal transit reform plan
Metro Magazine

AIG Collapse Leaves Transit Agencies in the Lurch
Streetsblog

Antelope Valley Press: Measure R is a naive scheme backed by naive newspapers!
Bottleneck Blog

APTA urges Congress: pass transit funding stimulus
Metro Magazine

Boxer urges more fed funds for infrastructure
San Francisco Chronicle

Federal Maritime Commission challenges ports' clean truck program
Los Angeles Times

Gas prices in tailspin
Bottleneck Blog

Infrastructure, Transportation Improvements Proposed As Economic Stimulus
RTT News

LADOT: Halloween a Good Time to Teach Kids to Walk Safe
StreetsBlogLA

Measure R is more than roads and rails - The vote on transportation funding has implications for how we build, perceive and experience L.A
Los Angeles Times

Measure R campaign responds to union's radio ads
Bottleneck Blog

Measure R Debate: Pro & Con
FOX News

Measure R: A Roadmap to Relief?
Temple City Voice

Oberstar looks to job-creating infrastructure projects - Congress is considering giving the economy some get up-and-go with increased transportation spending next year
Star Tribune

Officials hopeful federal transportation dollars flow in
Press Enterprise

Pony Up, America: New Stimulus Package Puts Billions Towards Transportation
Wired

Proposition R: The Most Expensive - Suburbanites hold the cards in approving a countywide sales-tax increase for mass transit
LA Weekly

Public Transportation Projects Will Create Thousands of Jobs -- Federal Funding of $8 Billion will Start 559 Public Transit Projects and Create Economic Benefits
American Public Transportation Association

Road Sage: A closer look at Measure R, the half-cent sales tax hike for transportation in L.A. County
Los Angeles Times

SANDAG seeks input on development guidelines
San Diego Union Tribune

Support for 2nd stimulus strengthening
The Hill

Transit funding on wrong track
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

When the Roads Talk, Your Car Can Listen
New York Times