Transportation Headlines on Paper.li

7/26/2011

Expo Update, LA Red Light Cams, Gold Line, 710 Freeway, CA High-Speed Rail, Carpooling & More


Bakersfield Californian

StreetsBlog DC

City Council Considers Allowing People To Park Cars In Front Of Own Driveways
StreetsBlog LA

South Pasadena Patch

City Owes $30,000 For Bus Cleanliness ("The City of Santa Monica owes about $30,000 that was spent during the last fiscal year in an effort to keep buses cleaner.")
Canyon News

Deep Below Park Avenue, A Monster At Rest ("Rome has the catacombs; Paris has its sewers. Now New York will have its own subterranean wonder: a 200-ton mechanical serpent’s head.")
New York Times

Los Angeles Times

San Diego Union-Tribune

Build Expo

Trucking Info

Going Wrong Way: Carpooling Shows Trend Reflects Changes In Work Patterns ("According to the most recent census data, carpooling plunged in Los Angeles County in the past 20 years from 22 percent to 11.1 percent.")
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Pasadena Star-News

Curbed LA

Inviting Them In: Using Story As A Planning Tool
Planning Commissioners Journal

Los Angeles Times

Our View: Montebello ACE Project In The Cards ("In late August, the Alameda Corridor East board is ready to approve several new grade separation projects for which funding has been provided. But one of them is on hold because the jurisdiction has not given the OK. That one involves Montebello Boulevard.")
Pasadena Star-News

Our View: Some Welcome Gold Line News For The Valley ("The excellent news for transit progress in the San Gabriel Valley came through late Friday: The Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension Authority and the city of Monrovia had settled a key part of their dispute over the fractious matter of putting together a large parcel of land for a rail yard in the city.")
Pasadena Star-News

Inland News Today

Southern California Public Radio

California Watch

LA Observed

Metropolis Magazine

Infrastructurist

UMass To Offer Transit Training Program ("The program, funded with a $127,284 federal grant, is aimed at training the next generation of the transit workforce and will offer students training in many aspects of transit management.")
Metro Magazine

Walk It Out: WeHo Most Walkable City In California ("West Hollywood is the most walkable city in California." Several other cities, including Santa Monica, Culver City, Beverly Hills, Burbank, El Segundo and East Los Angeles are highly ranked)
LAist

Transportation Issues Daily

Vegas Inc

StreetsBlog LA

StreetsBlog LA


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