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Transportation Headlines for Friday March 24, 2006

605/10: a bad case of congestion: Interchange upgrade urged
Whittier Daily News

Airport feels parking crunch: Burbank deal prohibits expansion for new lots
Los Angeles Daily News/Glendale Edition

Commuter Train Colors Causing MTA Controversy

Disagreement Colors MTA Board Meeting
Los Angeles Daily News

Federal Railroad Authority Names Associate Administrator For Safety
Fed News

Identifying Metro lines with film stars, animals Re "MTA Squabbles Over Hue-Mongous Decision," March 23,0,517645.story?coll=la-news-comment-letters
Los Angeles Times

In Glendale, Mineta praises new safety measures for rail lines
San Diego Union Tribune

LAX: Public offers its ideas for future airport development; Specific Plan
The Argonaut

Metrolink First in Line to Get Safer Train Cars,1,4766796.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

Mineta Visits Glendale Train Crash Site (Metrolink)

MTA Board Clashes Over Colors: 'Aqua Line' Met With Poor Reviews

New Transit Colors For the MTA?A move to name the MTA'S newest transit line "AQUA" is on hold

No more compact spaces: Burbank City Council eliminates the squeeze factor for motorists, but the new law may put the squeeze on some developers
Burbank Leader

Officials hope high-speed rail stays on track
The Argus

Politicians hail Ontario's runway renovation
Pasadena Star News

Port of Long Beach Unveils 10-Year Strategic Plan
The Log

Rail grade plan right on track
Whittier Daily News

Rail-car safety designs touted: Secretary: Tests barely hurt passenger cars
Los Angeles Daily News

State Sues to Block Toll Road in Park: Attorney general calls Orange County officials' plan to cut through San Onofre State Beach 'disgraceful.',1,232346.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

Train crossing violators cited
Los Angeles Daily News

Transportation Secretary says push-pull trains safer
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Transportation secretary sees 'landmark' in passenger rail safety
Riverside Press Enterprise

Two on Ventura board of supervisors hope to reduce traffic: But their solutions to reduce gridlock won't help, according to other transit officials
Thousand Oaks Acorn

Universal appeal (Transit Oriented Development)
Los Angeles Daily News

U.S. Secretary Of Transportation Norman Y. Mineta Unveils New Commuter Rail Safety System That Is Being Tested, May Make Millions Of Train Riders Safer During A Crash

Valley Leaders Push For New Half Marathon: Runners Would Follow Orange Line Metro Route