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Transportation Headlines for Wednesday Jan. 31, 2007

Bus fares: Which way do we go? Re "A (higher) ticket to ride," editorial, Jan. 26,0,6668808.story?coll=la-news-comment-letters
Los Angeles Times

Crowded Trains Plague Local Commuters
Santa Clarita Signal

Frank Gruber: What I Say - Killing Machines and Deadly Streets
Santa Monica Surf/Lookout News

Gehry's Grand Scheme For L.A.

It may be time to hit the brakes: Putting homes, schools and parks by freeways was seen as a final frontier in L.A., but a USC study on pollution could force a rethinking.,0,2573499.story
Los Angeles Times

Las Vegas Monorail sets new monthly passenger low in December
Las Vegas Sun

L.B. Port proposes expansion: 160-acre Pier S would be built over former oil wells
Press Telegram

Los Angeles Metro Community-Based Service Sectors Plan Public Hearings
eMedia Wire

MTA Bus Strikes Car, No Injuries Reported

Rome's Subway Dig 'Slowed Down By The Past'

San Gabriel River Nature Trail project celebrates opening
Whittier Daily News

Smartcard Interoperability Issues for the Transit Industry
Transportation Research Board

Staffers get their marching, carpooling or biking orders: Whether they come to work by subway, bus, car pool or bicycle, Los Angeles City Councilwoman Wendy Greuel's staff is now on the front lines of trying to do something about traffic congestion
Daily News

State sets stage for building high-speed rail
North County Times/Californian

Today's ports have come a long way
Press Telegram

Wi-Fi proposal would put Gold Line online
Pasadena Star News