Transportation Headlines on Paper.li

11/01/2012

ExpressLanes, Measure J, NYC Commuters, SM Traffic, HSR Delay & More

Image Of The Day (A Brooklyn resident snapped this overhead picture of the line of commuters waiting for the Manhattan-Brooklyn bus line -- it is six blocks long)
via Instagram

Californians' Commute Times Rank 10th Longest In US
California Watch

Commuting Becomes Challenge For NJ After Storm
San Francisco Chronicle

East L.A. Artist Brings "Freeway Kids" Out Of Hibernation
Eastsider LA

How City Council Candidates Will Fight Traffic (Santa Monica)
Santa Monica Patch

Key Milestone In Bullet Train Project Is Delayed ("The deadline for submitting bids on the first segment will be pushed back from this week to Jan. 18. Officials say the project is not falling behind.")
Los Angeles Times

Measure J And The Future Of (Transit In) L.A.
StreetsBlog LA

Metrolink Trains Systemwide May Be Delayed By Water Main Issue
Los Angeles Times

More 210 Lane Closures Coming Monday, Tuesday Nights ("Eastbound lanes on the 210 freeway will be closed Monday night as construction on the Gold Line bridge continues.")
Monrovia Patch

More Than 20,000 Transponders Pre-Issued For 110 Freeway Toll Lanes
Los Angeles Times

New York Subway System Faces Weeks To Recover From Storm
Bloomberg

Officials Want $22.5MM "Cushion" On Downtown Streetcar Tax
Curbed LA

San Diego Chooses Between Two Bicycle Boosters For Mayor
StreetsBlog DC

S.F. Getting "Green Lanes" For Bikes
San Francisco Chronicle

Some Subways Return, But Slim Hope For A Better Commute
New York Times

Transit In The NYC Region, After The Storm: Rebuild It Better
StreetsBlog Network

Will Los Angeles Ever Be A Safe Place For Kids? Meet The Women Charged With Creating Safe Routes To Schools
StreetsBlog LA

Why A Broad Coalition Of Grassroots Groups Oppose Measure J
Uprising

Why Recovery Aid Is Getting To Roads Faster Than Transit
StreetsBlog DC

Yes On Measure J
La OpiniĆ³n


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