Transportation Headlines on Paper.li

6/28/2012

Tentative Transpo Bill, HSR, Grand Park, Expo Line, Gold Line & More


Battle Lines Drawn In High Speed Rail Vote
StreetsBlog LA

Boxer Confirms That Some Bike/Ped Protections Remain In Final Bill
StreetsBlog DC

City Asks For Input On Third Street Improvements
Rafu Shimpo

Complete Streets Provision Eliminated From Final Transpo Bill
StreetsBlog DC

Congress Readies Transportation Plan With Focus On Roads
Business Week

DTLA's Civic Park Partially Opens (With Dance Party) In Late July
Curbed LA

First Stage Of Expo Line Complete With Opening Of Culver City Station
Culver City News

Grand Park Set For Partial Opening On July 26
Los Angeles Downtown News

House Puts Brakes On Taxing Cars By The Mile
The Hill

How The Feds Are Building More Sustainable Cities
The Atlantic: Cities

It's A Deal: Conference Committee Reaches Agreement
StreetsBlog DC

L.A. City Council Allocates $500K In Former CRA Funds For Broken Sidewalks In Northeast San Fernando Valley
Los Angeles Daily News

L.A. County Budget Approved With New Spending, No Deep Cuts ("The Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously approved a $24.53-billion budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1, its first in four years without significant cuts in public services.")
Los Angeles Daily News

Long Beach Calls Seal Beach Racist, Pulls Buses
Orange County Register

Metro's Gold Line Comments "Extremely Disappointing," GLCA CEO Says
Monrovia Patch

Mica: Transpo Bill Lasts Through September 2014
StreetsBlog DC

On Congestion Charging: Carrot Or Stick?...Mixed Responses
Transportation Nation

Orange Line Busway Is Metro's Quiet Success Story ("The Orange Line in the San Fernando Valley, which will soon be extended, has prompted a new focus on the role of rapid buses in L.A.'s transit plans.")
Los Angeles Times

Rails-To-Trails: Final Transpo Bill "Bad News For America"
StreetsBlog Network

San Francisco Taxis Put On Notice With Peer-To-Peer Ridesharing Service
GOOD

Tentative Deal Reached On 2-Year Transportation Bill
New York Times

That's A Lot Of T Tokens: MBTA Has 3.4 Million Unused Coins To Get Rid Of
Bostinno

These Transit Riding Politicians Don't Support Public Transit (Many people don't realize that Congress has its very own subway system under the Capitol)
The Atlantic: Cities

Train Stops In Azusa: No Measure R2 For Gold Line To Claremont
Curbed LA

US Gasoline Prices Cheapest Since January
Associated Press


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