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12/06/2008

Transportation Headlines for Saturday, December 6, 2008

Bikes at Gold Line Metro stations targeted
Pasadena Star-News

City Plan Steps into Limelight: Planners Tout Sustainability as Organizing Force
Santa Barbara Independent

Complete Streets, Completing the Vision
Cool Connections: Climate, Energy & Life of Mind

Decongest me: Congestion pricing could raise millions for the city and reduce traffic
San Francisco Bay Guardian

Disability Transportation Research Granted $4.7 Million
Justice For All Blog

El Monte Transit Center Gets Boost From Federal Grant
San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Expansion in Chicago and DC; BART service for Baseball?
The Transport Politic

Jobs, clean energy are key to Obama energy plan: recovery agenda is said to emphasize green infrastructure and health technology
Los Angeles Times

Makers of electric cars want federal money, too
San Francisco Chronicle

Muralist Sues Caltrans For Painting Over Freeway Art
Contra Costa Times

Opinion: Taxes For Rail, Not Deficits
San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Public Transit Users Save More Than $8,400 Per Household Even With Dramatic Dip In Gas Prices
American Public Transportation Association

PUC punts Expo Line issues to Dec. 18
Los Angeles Times

San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed and San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom Urge Congress Not To Let Auto Industry Bailout Stop Funding For Transportation Innovation
MarketWatch

SLO bus routes on Google finder
San Luis Obispo New Times

Virgin America Partners With Carbonfund.org to Launch Carbon Offsets:
California-Based Airline and Leading Carbon Offset Provider Launch Option for Travelers to Support Innovative Emissions Reduction Projects
Market Watch