TOD, FlyAway, Measure J, MAP-21, TIFIA, LaHood, Downtown Streetcar & More
All Aboard: You Can Now Buy LAX FlyAway Bus Tickets Online ("And you don't have to print--you can get the tickets on your smartphone for scanning.")
Los Angeles World Airports FlyAway Press Release
Bus Riders Union, Crenshaw Subway Coalition, Union De Vecinos, L.A. Groups Join Beverly Hills To Fight Measure J
Beverly Hills Courier
Car Dealership Plans Mixed-Use Project Just East Of Santa Monica ("At Olympic and Bundy in West L.A., the Martin Automotive Group begins planning a new "town center" to connect to the future Expo Light Rail.")
Santa Monica Patch
First Guidance On MAP-21 Issued By Federal Transit Administration (video)
Five Factos That Will Determine Whether TIFIA Benefits Transit
Opinion: Infostructure Is The New Infrastructure ("We aren't going to need 20 lanes on the New Jersey Turnpike, or $100 billion high-speed rail lines, to save us from national gridlock.")
Wall Street Journal
Is Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood Preparing For Departure?
LaHood May Stay If Obama Re-Elected
Measure J Faces Opposition From Unions, Schools
USC Annenberg TV News
Monorail In The Black, But It Needs An Image Boost
See The Goonies At Grand Park, Help The Streetcar
TfL's Real-Time Bus Information Service Makes Millions Of Journeys Easier In Its First Year ("In the year since its launch the service has made millions of journeys easier, dealing with 620 million requests for information - an average of 1.6 million requests via the internet and smart phones and 36,000 requests via text each day.")
Transport for London Press Release
Ventura Parts Ways With Smart-Growth Guru ("Eight years ago, Rick Cole was seen as the right person to transform the beach city into a model of eco-friendly growth. This year, a new council majority accepted his resignation.")
Los Angeles Times
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