Transportation Headlines on Paper.li

7/19/2011

Century City Station, Crenshaw Subway, CA High Speed Rail, Valley-Westside Rail?, Pollution Standards, Transpo Bill & More


San Francisco Chronicle

LA Observed

The Carmageddon Effect ("As the hysteria fades, Planetizen's Tim Halbur asks: is there a real story here about good transportation planning?")
Planetizen

California High Speed Rail Blog

Daily Breeze

Los Angeles Times

LAist

Los Angeles Times

Huffington Post

Los Angeles Times

StreetsBlog LA

Los Angeles Times

Gettin' Bugged Drivin' Up And Down The Same Old Strip ("The reason to build a subway underneath Wilshire is not to relieve traffic on the Santa Monica Freeway; the reason for building it or any transit system is to create an efficient and alternative way to get from point A to point B. If some of the subway riders would otherwise drive, fine, but with population growth the 10 will have more traffic no matter what.")
Santa Monica Lookout

This Big City

In State's High-Speed Rail Plan, Ambitions Collide With Financial Realities ("Even as the federal government has channeled more money to California, the project remains tens of billions short of its projected cost. Firm sources of funding to fill the gap don't yet exist.")
New York Times

Boston Globe

L.A.-Bound Drivers To Find Lane Restrictions On I-15 ("The work will begin tonight and take place on weeknights from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. until October.")
Las Vegas Sun

New Pollution Standards Are In The Air ("Studies have shown that children growing up in the San Gabriel Valley have advanced aging of their lungs - an effect created by ground-level ozone.")
Whittier Daily News

Whittier Daily News

Angelenos Against Gridlock

Associated Press

Orange County Register

KTVU

Transit Cooperative Research Program

Progressive Railroading

StreetsBlog LA

StreetsBlog DC

Curbed LA

Blogging Los Angeles
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Transit Coalition

Pasadena Star-News

Journal Of Public Transportation

StreetsBlog DC

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