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Transportation Headlines for Wednesday May 17, 2006

Biking to work trims gas costs - and waistlines
Daily News

Bus driver strike averted (RTA, ATU 1277)
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Calif. OKs $19.9 bln transport bond for ballot

For some Bike to Work Day takes place every day: Less than 1 percent of the U.S. work force bikes to work regularly, braving wild streets, injuries and rude drivers
Daily Breeze

Governor puts transportation bond on ballot: Arnold using issue as key to bipartisan cooperation
Daily News

Greenway Trail pact finally OK'd: Del Terra to build 4.5-mile bike and pedestrian path
Whittier Daily News

Metrolink popular alternative as gas prices climb
Inland Valley Daily Bulleting

Nuñez blasts plan to cut transit funds: Speaker urges fiscal prudence
Whittier Daily News

Remarks For The Honorable Norman Y. Mineta, Secretary Of Transportation: National Strategy To Reduce Congestion On America’s Transportation Network

Restaurant to enliven Pasadena depot site (transit oriented development)
San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Transit Strike in Riverside Is Averted,1,4074760.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

U.S. Transportation Secretary Mineta Launches New National Initiative to Tackle Highway, Freight and Aviation Congestion

Ventura Passes a Living Wage Ordinance: Workers will get at least $12.50 an hour without healthcare and $9.75 hourly with benefits. A ballot measure calling for more is dropped,1,5684307.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

Villaraigosa Seeks Funds, Keeps Up Profile on Hill: In a hectic schedule, the mayor meets leaders in Congress as he works to deliver on local issues,1,3835877.story?coll=la-headlines-nation
Los Angeles Times