Bullet Train's Segment Completion Date Pushed Back ("The high-speed rail authority adds 12 months to the schedule for 130 miles of Central Valley track, meaning it would be finished by December 2017 rather than a year earlier.")
Los Angeles Times
Calif. High-Speed Rail Faces Crucial Court Ruling (Sacramento County Superior Court Judge Timothy Frawley is expected to decide Friday whether to grant a preliminary injunction that would temporarily halt the ambitious infrastructure project.")
California High-Speed Rail Project Faces Crucial Decision In Lawsuit Over Environmental Review
Court Rules On Motion To Halt Expo Light Rail Construction ("Ruling in Expo's favor keeps work to the "build a modern transit system" from downtown Los Angeles into the Westside remains on track.")
Culver City Patch
Freakonomics Hucksters: "Save The Earth, Drive Your Car"
Gold Line Bridge Will Be Done In A Month
How MAP-21 Pushed Transit To The Edge Of Its Own Fiscal Cliff
Judge Refuses NIMBY Request To Stop Work On Expo Extension
LA Metro To Implement Clean Energy Flywheel Technology In Its Red Line ("VYCON’s kinetic energy technology essentially uses the flywheel system to store energy generated by braking, and then uses that energy when the train accelerates.")
A Mass-Transit Proposal To Connect A City Using Aerial Gondolas (Are they coming to Austin?)
Fast Company Design
Metro Ridership Rose Double Digits In LA County
Diamond Bar-Walnut Patch
Mica Likely To Lose Transportation Committee Post
More Angelenos Riding Buses, Boarding Trains Thanks To Smartphone Technology
The Same "Empty Buses" Fallacy, Over And Over
T Says Smartphone Ticket App Is A Hit With Commuter Rail Riders
A Sidewalk To Bridge Red And Blue
Better Cities & Towns
Top Metro Execs Asked About Crime Spike On Buses And Trains
NBC Los Angeles
Who May Be The Next Transportation Secretary? (16 potential nominees, including Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and OCTA CEO Will Kempton, are assessed)
Will The Next Transpo Chair Continue Attacks On Bike/Ped Funding?
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