Transportation Headlines on Paper.li

2/26/2009

Transportation Headlines for Thursday February 26, 2009

Angels Flight takes a step toward reopening
Los Angeles Times/LA Now

Burbank Airport Authority Proposes Transit Center
RailPAC

Capistrano Beach group rallies for improved rail-crossing safety
Orange County Register

City planning chief: We have to 'bite the bullet and do the subway'
Los Angeles Times/LA Now

Commission Urges Taxing Drivers More
Wall Street Journal

DC transit, bank reach deal on AIG-tied funds
RozaBlog

GASP! OCTA ask for Public Input
Long Beach Cyclists

Imagine if LA's Meters Were Enforced 24/7 & Owned by Morgan Stanley
LAist

Interesting Expo Line Phase II Article
NachoLoversAnonymousBlog

John Wayne Airport posts 16 percent decline in January air traffic
Orange County Register

Just Like Our Traffic, L.A.'s Freeway Conditions are the State's Worst
BlogDowntown

LA, the Most Congested City in America, Holds the Key to Less Crowded Highways
StreetsBlogLA

LA's Worst Bottleneck: Southbound 101 at Vermont?
LAist

Mayoral candidates debate Westside subway plan
Los Angeles Times/LA Now

Officials have yet to figure out California budget's impact on transportation funding
San Bernardino Sun

One Way To Save Transit
Planetizen

Ontario passenger decline biggest among SoCal airports
Press Enterprise

RTA to discuss service cutbacks
Press Enterprise

There's No Cleaner Ride Than a GM Bus
Fast Company

Tide service on Main Street to continue on
Santa Monica Daily Press

U.S. Should Shift From the Gas Tax to a Mileage-Based Usage Fee by 2020
PR Newswire

Where's that stimulus money going?
Los Angeles Times/LA Now

Why Bus Rapid Transit Works
Planetizen

`Wish list' for federal funds gets panel nod
Daily News

Virgin Trains in race to realise Barack Obama's high-speed rail system
The Times