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6/07/2012

Expo Line, Foothill Transit, LA's Monorail History, BUR Airport, CRA, Measure R+ & More

June 7: This Date In Los Angeles Transportation History (Light rail to Pasadena takes a step forward and Metro changes the face of Universal City)
Metro Transportation Library Primary Resources Blog

Bob Hope Airport May Be Recovering From Loss Of American Airlines
Burbank Leader

Business Lessons From Chinatown Buses
Fast Company

Deregulate Our Streets!
Next American City

Downtown To Culver City Soon To Be Connected By Expo Line
Blog Downtown

Endangered CRA Projects Get Some Funding
Los Angeles Business Journal

Foothill Transit Expected To Drop Fares On Silver Streak Bus Routes
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

New Bike Lanes On Summerland In San Pedro
B.I.K.A.S.

Panel On Transit-Oriented Development Thursday
Los Angeles Downtown News

Pelosi Challenges Boehner To Cancel Recess, Pound Out A Transpo Bill
StreetsBlog DC

Port Of LA's Terminal Island (And Its Canned Tuna History) One Of US's 11 Most Endangered Historic Places
Curbed LA

Ray Bradbury Would've Crisscrossed LA With Monorails
Curbed LA

R.I.P. Ray Bradbury -- And The FREE L.A. Monorail That Never Was
Southern California Public Radio

Refining The Real-Timed Urban Mobility Report (204p. PDF)
Texas Transportation Institute

Rollin' On The River ("Now there are nearly 30 miles of path, with another 1.5 miles to be added later this year as the West Valley River Bike Path moves towards completion. When the Metro Orange Line Extension to Chatsworth opens on June 30, 4 miles of bike path perpendicular to the river will open with it, eventually connecting to a part of the river path planned for the future.")
Zev Yaroslavsky, Los Angeles County Supervisor, Third District

What A Data-Rich, Smart City Experience Could Really Be Like
The Atlantic: Cities

When Will USDOT Announce Latest TIGER Grants?
Transportation Issues Daily

Will Measure R+ Reach The Fall Ballot? At Least Two County Supervisors Need A Change Of Heart
StreetsBlog LA


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