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Transportation Headlines for Saturday Nov. 4, 2006

33 Transportation Measures Worth More than $55 Billion on Ballots Nov. 7
Center For Transportation Excellence

California Conservatives Face Sticky Choice: Tax or Traffic (O.C. Measure M)

Field Poll: Infrastructure bonds on course for victory - Voters set to invest in transit, schools, housing and water
San Francisco Chronicle
Link to poll: (.pdf file)

Fill 'er up with hydrogen: SunLine bringing modern fuel station to valley
Desert Sun

FTA Accelerates Hydrogen Bus Development
California Hydrogen Fleets and Fueling

High-speed rail service derailed
USA Today

MTA Upgrades Service Between Downtown & Pasadena

Pasadena honored for `smart growth': Bogaard, also cited, says planners deserve credit
Pasadena Star News

Poll shows most voters back bonds in package
San Diego Union Tribune

S.F shows off bus rapid transit
San Francisco Examiner

Single-card Translink system finally set to roll - BAY AREA: After years of delays, program to let riders hop among transit systems with one pass gets final OK
Contra Costa Times

Slamming the brakes on highway fatalities; Whether automakers use roadside intelligence or on-board sensing, the ultimate safety goal is the same: eliminate accidents
Government Innovators Network - Harvard

Web Lets Washington Metro Riders See Train Times from Afar
Washington Post