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Transportation Headlines for Friday July 14, 2006

2 job-creating operations eyed: Private-public partnerships considered (Goods Movement)
Daily News/Antelope Valley Edition

City’s perpetual motion foretells changes to come (scroll down for Expo Light Rail, Big Blue Bus)
Santa Monica Daily Press

Commuters balance fear with necessity: 32 million Americans take mass transit each day, in spite of terror threat

Freeways crawling to stop: A study says that continued development will cripple the region's road system
Riverside Press Enterprise

Jose Martinez Held A Personal Demolition Derby After Learning He Was Suspended From The MTA

Kick Cellphones Out of Cars: A ban on handsets is a start, but hands-free yakkers can drive like drunks too,0,6528520.story?coll=la-opinion-leftrail
Los Angeles Times

Limit Cellphones in Cars or Just Let Freedom Ring?,0,4543915.story?coll=la-home-headlines
Los Angeles Times

Mechanic Arrested in Rampage at MTA Yard,1,5883180.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

MTA: employee becomes enraged following suspension

Oil prices surge to record highs: World instability, high demand, psychological factors blamed
Pasadena Star News

Panels OK more funds for free transit days
San Francisco Chronicle

Summertime gas blues in full effect in SoCal
Daily Bulletin

Villaraigosa challenges city workers to fill 300,000 potholes
Daily News

Visionary Work: Riverside Transit Agency sponsors competition
Riverside Press Enterprise