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Transportation Headlines for Friday May 25, 2007

Anaheim, L.A. and San Francisco: High-speed rail's first route is set
Whittier Daily News

Board Increases MTA Ticket Prices Under Compromise

Caltrans Warns Holiday Drivers To Leave Early
KHTS 1220 AM

Cancer risk rises for those near rail yards: A study says Commerce neighborhoods near several major facilities face a greater threat from diesel soot than residents elsewhere,1,104561.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

Friends of the Green Line held forum May 21st on extension to Los Angeles International Airport
The Argonaut

I-210 not all it's cracked up to be - OUR VIEW: Connection between existing faults and seismic safety made awfully late in the game
San Bernardino Sun

Metro Looking at a Broadway Transit Mall

Metro raises bus, train fares - Riders union protests jump of 72 percent over four years
Daily News

Missing link: Almost ready (210 Freeway completion)
Highland Community News

MTA approves steep hikes for bus, rail fares - The cost of a day pass will double by 2009. Transit officials reject mayor's compromise,1,2409764.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

MTA Reaches Deal On Fare Hike

MTA fare hike: Continuing coverage
Los Angeles Times Bottleneck Blog

New way to get to LAX - $4 FlyAway bus service from UCLA to the airport is set to be made available on June 14
UCLA Daily Bruin

Oakland To Offer Free Internet Access On Buses

Pump prices still sting drivers: High fuel costs could impact Memorial Day weekend travel
Daily Bulletin

Put the brakes on transit cuts - Governor's plan is like a family making extra mortgage payments while skipping payment of their utility bills
Daily Breeze

“Scenario 29″ final fare proposal approved

Steve Lopez: Points West - Everyone loses with MTA's rate decision,1,2780094.column?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

Summer Beach Shuttle serving Playa Vista, Marina and Venice expands its service
The Argonaut

Trial in Negligence Lawsuit against the MTA Begins Tomorrow - LA County Metropolitan Transportation Authority