Transportation Headlines on Paper.li

9/15/2011

Metro Turnstiles, Gold Line WiFi, Expo Line Lawsuit, Measure R Oversight, CalPERS & Infrastructure, Bike/Ped Funding, Beverly Hills Subway & More


Bloomberg

Sacramento Bee

City Agency Chugs Along To Bring Free Wi-Fi To Gold Line ("In a slow-moving project to bring high-speed Wi-Fi to Gold Line train passengers, the board of the Community Redevelopment Agency on Thursday is scheduled to inch forward on a $1 million free wireless Internet project intended to boost ridership.")
Eastsider LA

StreetsBlog DC

Designing A Cleaner Commute In The Bay Area ("What can data do for your daily commute? A team of energy policy consultants and software developers met in San Francisco to brainstorm how data sets could be used to make the typical urban commute shorter and greener. They participated in a high-speed coding competition last weekend called theCleanweb Hackathon" which gives participants 24 hours to develop apps from scratch)
New York Times

StreetsBlog DC

Huffington Post

Orange County Register

Beverly Hills Weekly

Curbed LA
Southern California Public Radio

Santa Monica Daily Press

StreetsBlog Network

Transportation Nation

U.S. Senate Committee On Commerce, Science, & Transportation

NFL Football Is Bad For You And Your Neighborhood ("SB 375 - signed into law in 2008 - already contains triggers for exempting multi-family residential projects from CEQA review if their greater density is assumed to reduce driving and expand public transit use. Under SB 375, some projects designed to increase neighborhood density could be built even when opposed by city council members. Regional and state planning agencies will determine what gets built and where.")
KCET

LAist

The City Fix

Planned Merger Of Two Agencies Hits Legal Hurdle ("The planned merger of the Ventura County Transportation Commission and the Ventura Council of Governments has hit a legal snag that both agencies are scrambling to resolve.")
Ventura County Star

StreetsBlog LA


National Cooperative Highway Research Program

Transportation Issues Daily

Transportation Nation

Associated Press

Caltrans

Federal Highway Administration Innovator

Oak Ridge National Laboratory Center For Transportation Analysis

StreetsBlog DC

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