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Transportation Headlines for Friday January 13, 2006

405 lane to win OK
Los Angeles Daily News

Amtrak Remains Relevant Transport Link

Anti-abortion ad on BART angers activists: Many placards have been defaced or destroyed
San Francisco Chronicle

A SoCal Solution To Huge Truck and Port Problems
dbusiness news

Gasoline prices shoot upward: Dramatic rise seen since start of year
Whittier Daily News

Glendale crosswalks now blink to alert drivers to pedestrians
Los Angeles Daily News

Gold Line faces delay: Funding requires ridership model (Foothill Extension)
Pasadena Star News

Governor seeks anti-terror cash
Sacramento Bee

L.A.'s trapped in a monster traffic jam, and there's no exit in sight: Infatuation with the automobile means no one is wiling to make the effort to make region's transit system work
Daily Breeze

LAist Rides the Holly Trolley, Part I
LAist Blog

Latest Southern California Report Card A Mixed Bag: Traffic Congestion – F, Housing Costs - D, Education – D, Air Quality – C, Employment – B, Safety – B
Pasadena Independent

Project OK'd to add a traffic lane to Rosecrans: County will contribute $300,000 for widening congested street in Manhattan Beach
Daily Breeze

Schwarzenegger to sign bill to ease freeway construction
Daily Breeze

Supervisors 'sign off' on tentative agreement to drop suit against LAX plan
The Argonaut

Venice: Grass Roots Venice committee doesn't support new MTA bus yard redevelopment plan
The Argonaut

With a State Park at Stake, Opponents of O.C. Tollway Extension Offer Directions
Environmental groups back a beltway and I-5 widening to avoid building the Foothill South turnpike through San Onofre State Beach,0,290924.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times