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6/03/2010

710 Tunnel Foes Unite, Fate Of Spring St. Viaduct, Africa's First HSR, Decline In Youth Drivers & More

54 Years Ago: Tree Planting Advocated For Downtown
Blog Downtown

710 Tunnel Foes Unite: Approval Of Environmental Study Stokes Opponents' Concerns
La Canada Valley Sun

$239,000 Conductor Among [New York] M.T.A.'s 8,000 Six-Figure Workers
New York Times

Amtrak To Offer Free Wireless On Acela Express Trains
New Jersey Star-Ledger

Bombadier Demos Technology To Improve Track Worker Safety
Metro Magazine

Farmdale Station Idea For Expo Still Getting No Love From Locals
Curbed LA

Fight Over Fate Of Historic North Spring Street Viaduct Heads To Council (Historic elements that make up the 1928 viaduct, one of eleven river spans to officially be declared a Historic Cultural Monument in January of 2008. The North Spring Street structure connects the Los Angeles State Historic Park with Lincoln Heights)
Blog Downtown

The Great Shift Away From Driving
California High Speed Rail Blog

Is Digital Revolution Driving Decline In U.S. Car culture?: Shift Toward Fewer Young Drivers Could Have Repercussions For All Marketers
Advertising Age

Long Beach Transit Cuts Will Increase Time Waiting For Buses
Long Beach Press-Telegram

Measure R Independent Taxpayers Oversight Committee Of Metro Meets Thursday
StreetsBlog LA

A More Cheerful New York Subway Map (design review)
New York Times

Pasadena Builds A Road Through A Tunnel - 40 Years Later (Kinneloa Avenue at 210 Freeway)
Pasadena Star-News

Research Improving Sensor Technology For Bridges And Roadways
Government Technology

SFMTA Explores Demand-Based Parking Meters
San Francisco Examiner

Spotlight On The World Cup: South Africa Boosts City Transit Systems (Africa's first high-speed rail line opens June 8)
The City Fix

Superclogger: Freeway Theater For Traffic Jams
GOOD

Transit Agency Cooperation In Mid-Century L.A. (Or Lack Thereof)...
Metro Transportation Library Primary Resources Blog

The Variety Of American Grids
Greater Greater Washington