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Transportation Headlines for Wednesday January 25, 2006

Bond called small step on long road for region
Riverside Press Enterprise

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the interstate
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Court ousts action against Measure I: decision means an environmental group can't go on with its case against the transportation tax plan

Faster Freight - Cleaner Air 2006: A summit on North America goods movement and air quality

Governor's growth plan greeted with suspicion: The major public-works spending proposal brings doubts from both sides.
Riverside Press Enterprise

More Freight Moves on U.S. Transportation System than Previously Reported, DOT Estimates

Neighborhood Council Just Says ‘No’ to Project Proposed for MTA Lot (Venice Division)
Venice Paper

New mayor takes growth as given: Beaumont Mayor Jeff Fox, the new chairman of the Riverside Transit Agency's board of directors
Riverside Press Enterprise

Ninth Annual Regional Economic Forecast Conference for Southern California
Southern California Association of Governments

No free ride for the roads (Dan Walters, Sacramento Bee)
Victor Valley Daily Press

Oakland is fastest growing port in the West
Inside Bay Area

Port of Los Angeles sets new volume record
Logistics Management

Same Gold Line, but faster: Express rail service will skip some stations
Pasadena Star News

TIMES PAST: JAN. 25, 1948 - The Train Didn't Have a Reservation,0,4990141.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

Transport Department Inspector General resigns

Ventura County Plans to Steer Its Transit Policy Away From Cars: Supervisors will include increasing the use of bicycles, buses, trains in area's growth guidelines,0,4562241.story?coll=la-headlines-californiaLos Angeles Times