6th Street Viaduct, Measure J, Amtrak, Red Car History, Carmageddon II, Claremont, Women Bike & More
Amtrak Commuter Rail Service: The High Cost Of Amtrak's Operations: Oversight And Investigations Staff Report (28p. PDF)
U.S. House Of Representatives Committee On Transportation & Infrastructure
Beverly Hills School Board Votes To Oppose Measure J Sales Tax
Beverly Hills Patch
"Carmageddon II" Could Come With Financial Rewards
CBS Fighting For MTA Contract
Claremont And Metrolink Partner For "Discover Claremont Weekends"
Competing Visions For 6th Street Viaduct "Iconic," But Residents' Concerns More Practical
East 22 To North 405 Connector To Close For A Year Sunday
Orange County Register
Editorial: Why Bike Sharing Will Make Cities Friendlier
Christian Science Monitor
Henry Waxman Discusses The Upcoming Election, The Top-Two Primary And The Subway
Beverly Hills Weekly
It Could Happen To Anyone: Problems With Deputies Patrolling Metro Trains And Buses Need A Closer Look
LA Braces For Upcoming 405 Freeway Closures Including "Carmageddon II"
League Launches "Women Bike"
League Of American Cyclists
Long Beach Named Silver-Level Walk Friendly Community
Long Beach Post
Marchers Demand More Community Say In Metro Development Plans ("More than 200 protesters march from downtown to Boyle Heights in a show of frustration over some Metro projects, which displaced residents of affordable housing.")
Los Angeles Times
New Poll Shows State Split On HSR Project
California High Speed Rail Project
Nobody Likes Riding North American Commuter Rail
The "Red Cars" Brought Mobility And Prosperity To Inland Valley ("We've been reporting for some time on a plan to extend the Gold Line light-rail route from Pasadena to Claremont and Montclair, and maybe even LA/Ontario International Airport. But 98 years ago much of that train line already existed -- and honestly, it was a lot better than anything being planned for our future.")
Contra Costa Times
Riverside Transit Agency Will Get $2.4 Million For Low-Emission Buses
Rosendahl Announces Start To Long Awaited $3.5M Sepulveda Tunnel LED Lights Project
Bill Rosendahl, Los Angeles City Council, 11th District
Say What? You Want Another $50 Billion! ("Measure J, the November ballot measure that proposes to extend the life of the “one-half cent traffic relief sales tax” for an additional thirty years, is not in our best interests.")
Sixth Street Bridge Designers Dream Big: City Shows Off Finalists For Replacement Of The Sixth Street Viaduct
Los Angeles Downtown News
About The Sixth Street Viaduct Replacement Project (project website)
A Tale Of Two Stations ("Why is a Washington, D.C., rail revamp moving forward while another in New York can’t seem to pull away from the platform?")
This Is The Sexiest And Best TV Ad For Public Transportation Ever Made ("This ad was produced by the Danish government to promote public city buses, and it is better than 99.9% of the schlock turned out by super-expensive Madison Avenue advertising firms. It is, perhaps, the best television ad ever produced about mass transit." Turn on the "CC" closed-captioning button for English subtitles)
Three Design Renderings For The 6th Street Bridge; What's Your Favorite? (Community meeting dates announced)
Transit Agencies Collide Head-On (Omnitrans, SANBAG)
Visions Of Sixth Street: Three Finalists Present Plans For Major New Bridge In Los Angeles
Walkable Urbanism Is The Future, And DC Is The Model
What About Greyhound?
Woolly Mammoth Tooth Found At San Francisco Work Site ("A crane operator found the 10-inch-long tooth while digging for a new transit center in downtown San Francisco.")
Los Angeles Times
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