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Transportation Headlines for Tuesday March 20, 2007

Air board seeks later deadline to cut soot: The agency says the state can't meet 2015 target and needs five more years. Critics say it is giving up too easily,1,4561007.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

Armchair planner has designs on San Pedro - Semiretired architect tired of waiting for L.A. to spruce up his neighborhood wants to replace a major roadway with a park and man-made creek,1,5169612.story?coll=la-headlines-pe-california
Los Angeles Times

Dial-A-Ride Looks into Reallocating Service
Santa Clarita Signal

Fans of jets turn out for A380's first LAX touchdown,1,741595.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

Hotline Could Help Turn In Carpool Lane Cheats

Mayor vetoes sale of downtown air rights,1,1693447.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

Riders are rolling up: Whether it's the cost of gas or better routes, more in county are climbing onto the bus
Ventura County Star

'Seaport' to move inland? Big rigs would clog fewer urban routes
Daily News

Traffic snarl: Debating L.A.'s congestion problem: What should Los Angeles be doing to solve the congestion problem? Should it be solved? All this week, Ted Balaker and Bart Reed debate traffic, transit, and mobility in Los Angeles,0,6405383.story?coll=la-opinion-center
Los Angeles Times

Train's lonely late Saturday nights - RIDERSHIP: It has dwindled on the 11:30 p.m. run between LA and San Bernardino
Press Enterprise

Veggie oil-driven cars on the rise: A growing number of enthusiasts seek to dodge gasoline costs – and reduce pollution – by converting diesel cars to run on vegetable oil
Orange County Register

What Business Leaders Need to Know About: West Coast Logistics
World Trade Magazine