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Transportation Headlines for Saturday January 21, 2006

De Anza Trail ran through the Valley
San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Gov. Calls for Big Investment in L.A. Rail System: The bond proposal gets a warm reception from officials worried about growing freight traffic,0,2846716.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

Governor On The Road To Discuss Freeway Plans

Governor signs state bill to construct HOV lane on I-405 north of Santa Monica
Argonaut News

L.A. mayor backs governor's plan for state infrastructure: Antonio Villaraigosa calls Schwarzenegger's $222 billion package "a great step" that needs "some tinkering."
Daily Breeze

Mayor, Arnold talk up transit: Villaraigosa puts in plug for L.A. while helping push governor's plan
Los Angeles Daily News

Mixed Use Plan Polarizing WeHo: City Hall: Residents fear it could lead to a dark, Wilshire-like corridor in the city
Los Angeles Independent

Rev on the Red Line: As L.A. traffic worsens, Rep. Waxman now favors a long-blocked Wilshire subway to the sea, and political will is building
Los Angeles City Beat

South Whittier Shuttle Opens, Provides Connections

Tunnel vision: Rosendahl's subway plan leaves most of L.A. County behind
Los Angeles Daily News

What should future hold for Torrance Boulevard? Most agree a face-lift is needed, but public resists rezoning. Panel takes its time weighing ideas Breeze