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7/18/2011

Carmageddon Post-Mortem, Google Maps Traffic, Metro Station Snacks, Bus Shelters & More


Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

Carmageddon Challenge: The Bikes Won! ("How a team of cyclists -- and a guy on the subway, and a rollerblader -- beat a JetBlue flight from Burbank to Long Beach.")
Slate

Huffington Post

Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

("But authorities are already planning how to deal with next year's closure.")
Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Wave

StreetsBlog DC

LAist

Los Angeles Daily News

The Atlantic

House Votes To Strip High-Speed Rail Funding ("The House voted 232-182 for an Energy and Water Appropriations bill that redirects $1 billion of high-speed rail money to flood relief for the Midwest.")
StreetsBlog DC

How Urban Visionaries Can Muck Up Transit (A critical look at Gensler Architects video about Los Angeles' transit future)
Human Transit

Los Angeles Times

Long Beach Press-Telegram

Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

Sustainable Cities Collective

Los Angeles Downtown News

StreetsBlog LA

Los Angeles Times

New Bus Shelter Boosts Commuters' Batteries ("An advertising agency has come up with a bus shelter that allows commuters to charge up their portable devices before jumping aboard.")
Digital Trends

"Peak Car Use" Shows A Rational Public ("How rational is the public in choosing its commuting devices? Can city planners capitalize on the one-hour commute limit to maximize traffic mobility? Is the "peak car use phenomenon" so unique to developed urban areas that the solutions are fundamentally different than for other places? Are there lessons from big cities on car use that could extend to less densely populated regions?")
National Journal Transportation Experts Blog

GOOD

Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Daily News

Huffington Post

Pedestrian Observations

Orange County Register

Fox Business

Los Angeles Times

Transport Politic

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