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Transportation Headlines for Saturday Sept. 30, 2006

Construction Officially Begins on Metro Expo Line

Eager Eyes for the Expo Line: As Light Rail Breaks Ground, Officials Expect Big Things
L.A. Downtown News

Rival to Panama Canal Planned: Nicaragua intends to spend $20 billion on a new Central American waterway that was initially proposed in the 19th century,1,7948157.story?coll=la-headlines-business
Los Angeles Times

Senate Confirms New Transportation Chief: Senate confirms President Bush's nomination of Mary Peters as new secretary of transportation
CBS News

Widening of Highway 78 stuck in traffic
North County Times/Californian

Work Begins On Downtown-Culver City Rail Line: Light Rail Line Will Have 10 Stops

Work on L.A. Light-Rail Route to Begin; The 8.5-mile Expo Line, set to open in 2010, will run from downtown Los Angeles to Culver City,1,4332609.story?coll=la-headlines-pe-california
Los Angeles Times