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Transportation Headlines for Friday Feb. 2, 2007

As Plans For Europe-Africa Rail Link Develop, U.S. Lags

Beeline's Route 3 to Remain
La CaƱada Online

Carpool stickers for hybrid cars almost gone
San Francisco Chronicle

Costly L.A. River plan contains a raft of new ideas: Proposed $2-billion makeover of the ugly concrete waterway calls for a string of parks, housing and offices,1,7301071.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

EPA Scientists Urge Tighter Smog Limits: Federal scientists to recommend tighter smog standards, other options for healthier air
CBS News

For LV visitors, monorail is a train to nowhere: Strip route has been losing riders since peaking in mid-2005
Las Vegas Sun

Free up the car-pool lanes: OCTA pushing smart rule changes to increase lane use and to ease entering and exiting
Orange County Register

Gold Line Timing System Approved
Pasadena Independent

House Joint Resolution Sets Funding at SAFETEA-LU Level: $8.975 Billion - A New Record for Transit!
American Public Transportation Association

Public Transportation: Benefits for the 21st Century
American Public Transportation Association

Secretary Peters Advances Plans to Reduce Congestion on the Nation’s Busiest Highways, Announces Semi-Finalists in Corridors of the Future Program
U.S. Department of Transportation

Traffic at airport goes up slightly: The convenience of the Bob Hope facility is cited as a factor in a 3.2% increase in the number of passengers in 2006
Burbank Leader