Transportation Headlines on Paper.li

11/12/2009

Transportation Headlines for Thursday November 12, 2009

TheSource.metro.net

Ain't No Party Like An Eastside Party
LA Eastside

Bullet Trains For America?: The Obama Administration Has Revived The Dream Of Building High-Speed Rail Lines To Rival Those Of Japan And Europe, But The Tracks Are Littered With Political And Financial Obstacles
Wilson Quarterly

DASH Restructuring - Part 1: East And Northeast L.A.
MetroRider LA

Do Cameras Make Intersections More Dangerous?
CBS2

DOT Stimulus Spending Nears $5 Billion
Journal Of Commerce

Exclusive: California Transit Association Tackles Trasit Challenges
Metro Magazine

Gold Line Developments Still A Glimmer In Metro’s Eye
LA Curbed

Group Seeks Pedestrian-Friendly Roads
NPR

High-Speed Debate: Old-School And New-School Boosters Of High-Speed Rail Duke It Out Over Best Way To Use Stimulus Funds
Mother Nature Network

How To Be A Car-Free Family
Shareable: Life & Art

Is Car Sharing Good For Cities?
Transport Politic

LADOT Values Capacity Over Community On Route 2 Glendale Blvd., Drags Metro Along For The Ride
LA StreetsBlog

A One Of A Kind Line
(Gold Line Eastside Extension architectural preview)
Architect’s Newspaper
Accompanying photos from author’s blog

One-Seat Train Ride From Pasadena To East LA Debuts Sunday
Pasadena Star-News

Opinion: Revolutionary Road (interstate corridors for rail and energy transportation)
New York Times

Our View: MTA Finally Thinking About Valley, Future
San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Parties And More Planned Around Metro Gold Line Extension’s Opening
Laist

Planned Interstate 10 Offramp Concerns San Bernardino Residents
Riverside Press-Enterprise

West Coast Ports Band Together To Fight Global Competition
Oregon Live