Transportation Headlines on Paper.li

9/14/2011

Metro Station Name Changes, Expo Phase II, LA Rail History, CAHSR, Beverly Hills In-Fighting, Transit Saves $$, 210 Closure & More



New York Times

Infrastructurist

Huffington Post

Carsharing And Parking Sharing ("What can a city do to bring carsharing to every city block? What would make carsharing a viable option for everyone and greatly reduce the number of cars clogging our streets?")
Shareable

UCLA Be A Green Commuter!

An Entirely New City In America, Built Only For Technology Testing ("Benchmark testing and Evaluation will be carried out at The Centre in primarily four sectors: Green Energy, Intelligent Transportation Systems, Homeland Security and Next Generation Wireless Infrastructure.")
Industry Leaders

Echo Park Patch

For Sale: 200 Sq. Feet, 0 BRs, No View: $125K (Looks at the high price of parking in U.S. downtowns. "San Francisco, for example, in 2006 required that developers unbundle parking-spot prices from the prices of condos. Now, the two properties have to be purchased separately, so buyers are more likely to take public transit to work.")
Wall Street Journal

Project For Public Spaces

Good Network Maps: Clear Without Color?
Human Transit

California Watch

House Passes Transportation Extension Unanimously
StreetsBlog DC

USC Daily Trojan

Making Bikes Count In LA County ("The Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition (LACBC) will be conducting the 2nd ever City of Los Angeles Bike Count. In 2009, we counted over 14,000 cyclists at 50 intersections throughout the City of Los Angeles.")
Health DATAbytes

Plus Metro

Long Beach Post

California High Speed Rail Blog

Curbed LA

Wired

Los Angeles Times

Three Bothers Set Out to Explore High-Speed Rail At A Walker's Pace
GOOD
We Make The Road By Walking (The brothers are walking the length of California's high-speed rail tracks to spark a public discussion about land-use and the urban-rural divide. Their blog tells their story, the route, video diary and more)

Los Angeles Times

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