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Transportation Headlines for Friday May 4, 2007

2nd State Assembly committee gives support to Green Line extension agency
Argonaut Newspaper

23 Freeway sound walls become a showcase for graffiti
Thousand Oaks Acorn

Faster track on the 60 Freeway: Ground breaks on new car-pool lanes through region
Whittier Daily News

Logical pricing: I agree that the issues regarding MTA's upcoming fare increase decisions are important
Pasadena Star News

Los Angeles Area Public Transportation Agency Launches Rapid Transit Bus Line with Mobile Wi-Fi
Government Technology

Record Gas Prices: SCV Joins the Club
Santa Clarita Signal

Red Light Cameras Rolling at Bundy and Pico
Santa Monica Surf/Lookout News

San Bernardino going for Gold (Gold Line Foothill Extension)
Los Angeles Times Bottleneck Blog

Santa Monica City Council approves $57 million for Big Blue Bus maintenance building and site improvements
Argonaut Newspaper

Santa Monica City Council Poised to Move Ahead with Cutting-edge Traffic Management Plan
Santa Monica Surf/Lookout News

SCAG seeks air quality state of emergency: The group wants a state of emergency declared over premature deaths linked to Southland pollution,1,3907928.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

Smart Growth Needed for Global Competition
American Planning Association

Take a Tour of California's Hydrogen Highway -- Part 2
Green Options

Theater, Housing Project Approved (Metro Gold Line)
Pasadena Independent

Traffic Drop Of 10% Makes World Of Difference After Freeway Collapse - A freeway collapse in the San Francisco Bay Area dramatically changed commuter patterns this week, and also caused a spike in public transit ridership, giving BART a record-breaking tally of passengers.