710 tunnel could devastate the region
La Cañada Valley Sun
An Alternative to Congestion Pricing: Roadway Traffic Restraint
Bipartisan Report Offers ‘New Vision’ For Transportation
Bus Roots: Public Bus Doubles as Mobile Green Roof
Caltrans seeks to make L.A.’s first freeway a national monument after demolishing historic features
Can Pop Culture Push Sustainable Mobility?
The City Fix
Characteristics of Successful Megaprojects (.pdf)
Cycling event gets Angelenos out of cars
DOT online map collects Voices of the Recovery Act; workers encouraged to upload their own video stories
Green Line Extension Could Give South Bay More Light Rail Miles
Half of the Public Sector Embracing Gov 2.0, Survey Finds
House Passes Bill to Authorize Toll Discounts for Local Residents
If Republicans Take the House, What Happens to Transportation Reform?
In the heart of L.A., wide open spaces - Portions of a dozen streets will be closed to car traffic Sunday on a zigzagging route. There are sure to be lots of cyclists, but in the free-form event, participants can use the streets for many other activities too.
Los Angeles Times
Is Revamped 110 Worthy of Historic Monument Status?
L.A.’s ‘Manhattanization’ Spurs $30 Million Parking Lot Listing
LA Metro Selects NXP's MIFARE UltralightTM Technology for Paper Ticketing
A Look at L.A.'s transit future -- plus car-free socials this week
Metrolink moves forward with collision-avoidance technology
The Transit Wire
NeighborGoods Helps You Join CicLAvia
Opbrid Introduces New Overhead Fast-Charging System for Buses; Leveraging Lithium Titanate (nLTO) Battery Technology for Rapid Charge Hybrids
Green Car Congress
Paris to Launch Electric Car-Sharing Program Next Year
Ports delay adoption of updated environmental plan
Progressive approach to PTC in Los Angeles
SoCal Ports Consider More Pollution Cuts - Officials look to reduce ship, train pollutant
Turner to Manage Construction of $4.2 Billion Transbay Transit Center in San Francisco, Calif. Construction is Underway for High-Speed Rail Station - Project to Create 48,000 Jobs Over Seven Years
Why Isn’t Proposition 22 a Slam Dunk with Voters?