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Transportation Headlines for Thursday April 26, 2007

710 connector road back on L.A.'s agenda
Pasadena Star News

Bus drivers may strike: Union leaders seek more money for workers. Strike could begin Tuesday if demands aren't met.
Orange County Register

City Planning Department’s Urban Design Studio Is All About Making L.A. More Liveable - The city of Los Angeles gets serious about streets and public spaces with the establishment of the Urban Design Studio, headed by Emily Gabel Luddy
The Planning Report

Jet Fuel Follies: Jets flying out of tiny Santa Monica Airport create more and more toxic fumes
L.A. City Beat

Jimmy Kimmel to Broadcast from Big Blue Bus, Picking Up Guests as Show Rolls On

Metrolink fares may increase 10% - Board sets Friday vote
Daily News

Mitigation, collaboration keys to successful goods movement
Capitol Weekly

NARP urges Congress to support growth
Metro Magazine

New regulations target construction equipment emissions
Capitol Weekly

Orange County Coach Operators Overwhelmingly Vote to Strike
PR Newswire

Peak-hour bus lanes on Wilshire urged - A City Council panel hopes the proposal can ease the traffic crunch on Wilshire,1,4908641.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times
Asking the L.A.Time Bottleneck Blog about the Wilshire bus Lanes:

Residents target rail plans - Protest: L.A. port facility neighbors fear further rise in high asthma rates
Press Telegram

Security Exercise Expected to Cause Delays

State may sue EPA over clean air law - The governor says he wants action on 2005 bid to cut greenhouse gas emissions from vehicles,1,1890063.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

Technology to help cities manage booming USA
USA Today

The Sure Cure For Hollywood “Park-O-Phobia”: The Holly Trolley, The L.A. Department Of Transportation's Safe, Hip And Easy All-Night $1 Alternative To Paying Multiple And Expensive Lot Fees
Luck Media

Urban Land Institute Uses L.A.’s First Street as Laboratory for Planning and Urban Design
The Planning Report

Western Riverside COG Funds Construction of Local Roads Through Transportation Mitigation Fee
Metro Investment Report

Who'll stop the train? Chris Guenzler embarks today on a historic journey that started 27 years ago – 1 million miles on trains
Orange County Register