Transportation Headlines on Paper.li

7/28/2011

Gold Line Foothill Extension, State Of Infrastructure, Red-Light Cameras, Green Energy, SANDAG Plan & More

$1,060: The Cost Of Decrepit Infrastructure For Your Family Last Year
StreetsBlog DC

Pasadena Star-News

Angels Flight Deemed Safe To Ride (Again)
Southern California Public Radio

Los Angeles County Department Of Public Works

Bike League: "Eligibility" For Bike-Ped Isn't The Same As "Dedicated Funding"
StreetsBlog DC

AFP

Canyon News

Huffington Post

StreetsBlog DC

Arcadia Patch

Green Energy: California Poll Finds Overwhelming Support ("Seventy percent of the sample said they commute by driving alone, with just 12% carpooling and even fewer taking public transit (8%). Seventy-six percent also said recent gas price hikes have caused households financial hardship.")
Los Angeles Times

Infrastructurist
American Society Of Civil Engineers
Press Release ("The report, the first of four scheduled by the Society, examined the country’s surface transportation infrastructure. Future reports will examine the state of the nation’s infrastructure as it relates to water and, wastewater delivery and treatment; energy transmission; and airports and marine ports.")

Infrastructurist

PBS

L.A. Council Votes To End Red-Light Camera Program At 32 Intersections Sunday ("Motorists should be aware there are other jurisdictions out there with cameras tracking motorists, such as the Metropolitan Transportation Authority and neighboring cities.")
Los Angeles Daily News

Sacramento Bee


Santa Monica Mirror

San Diego Union-Tribune

Southern California Public Radio

Who Says Nobody Walks In L.A.?
Los Angeles Times

Why The Future Of Transportation Is All About Real-Time Data (looks at emerging technology applications for real-time data in transportation)
Mashable

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