After 60 Years, The 710 Fight Doesn't End
Boxer Already Working On Next Transpo Bill
Council Roundup: Expo Line Phase II Preview...
Electric Cargo Truck Developers Have To Be Ready For A Long Haul ("The CEO of a Poway company says there is still much work to do to make electric trucks a viable alternative to those that run on gasoline or natural gas.")
Los Angeles Times
Fare Game ("Sheriff says use-of-force victim is responsible for her own broken nose in Gold Line search.")
Full Speed Ahead: NACTO Releases Second Edition Of Urban Bikeway Design Guide
National Association Of City Transportation Officials
Improving ADA Paratransit Demand Estimation: Regional Modeling (105p. PDF)
Transit Cooperative Research Program
In D.C. Area, Developers Flock To "Walkable Urban"
Wall Street Journal
Long Beach Transit Introduces Buses That Use Natural Gas
Contra Costa Times
Mexico City Bike-Share Goes Big
Rep. Henry Waxman Discusses Obamacare, Medicare, Medi-Cal And Local Transportation
Beverly Hills Patch
Structural Work Complete For I-210 Gold Line Bridge
SunLine Shows Off New Riverside Service ("Twice daily bus service from Palm Desert to Riverside debuts on Monday.")
Palm Desert Patch
Survey: Most O.C. Riders Pleased With Metrolink Service
Orange County Register
Texas And California's Contrasting High-Speed Rail Attempts
Top 10 Transportation Projects In Country Compete For National Awards (Includes I-405/Sepulveda Pass Project-Mulholland Bridge Demolition)
Transportation Agencies Might Ban Disputed Ads
San Francisco Examiner
Uncovering L.A.'s Lost Streams ("By studying the maps, photographs, and other documents preserved in the region's archives, Hall has reconstructed a surprisingly wet L.A. landscape, braided with dozens of streams that now lie buried beneath streets and parking lots.")
LA as Subject via KCET
Weekend 405 Freeway Closure A Precursor To "Carmageddon 2"
CBS Los Angeles
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