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Transportation Headlines for Saturday April 28, 2007

$8 NYC 'congestion fee' plan riles some
USA Today

Another traffic nightmare Re "One-way's the way," editorial, April 21,0,4578656.story?coll=la-news-comment-letters
Los Angeles Times

Billions more in Chevron profit
San Francisco Chronicle

Car-Free and Still Loving It - Giving Up the Jeep Earns a Warm Welcome From Downtown's Life-Without-Wheels Club
Los Angeles Downtown News

Council Approves Ocean Avenue Hotel Project (Exposition Line Phase II)
Santa Monica Mirror

Fare increases will punish riders Re "Unfair fares," editorial, April 21,0,4971873.story?coll=la-news-comment-letters
Los Angeles Times

FBI Drops Massive Westwood Headquarters Construction Plans

FBI drops plan for new complex in Westwood - The agency acts in the face of strong opposition from residents, city officials, Sen. Feinstein,1,7104577.story?coll=la-news-politics-california
Los Angeles Times

Gridlock, gangs top Angelenos' concerns: Warming, terrorism trail in survey of L.A.
Daily News

Guide to downtown road closures,0,1097072.story?coll=la-home-local
Los Angeles Times

High-speed train line plan may be derailed: Schwarzenegger moves to slash funding for the state's $40-billion system, citing other transportation needs,1,4045910.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

MTA fare hike may not be the ticket - Experts warn an increase could hurt ridership and low-income riders,0,1725681.story?coll=la-home-headlines
Los Angeles Times

MTA Sets Public Hearing on Fare Hikes for May 24
Los Angeles Garment & Citizen

NYC MTA Fare hike on track

Planning Board Endorses Expo Light Rail Working Group
Santa Monica Mirror

Pushing Out Pisano: After an interminable 31 years, a controversial czar of planning is leaving (Southern California Association of Governments)
L.A. Weekly