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Transportation Headlines for Monday May 28, 2007

Adaptive Reuse Revisited: Development Now Depends on Parking
L.A. Downtown News

Battle for Mass Transit in Los Angeles
L.A. Voice – Drive
(last 2 minutes of 10 minute video link features Eric Mann and his legal strategy)

Beijing starts installing digital TVs in subway cars
China Daily

Beijing Unveils State-Of-The-Art Subway Ahead Of 2008 Games

Bus buster: MTA undermines its own mission through bus fare hikes
Daily News

Electric cars a tough sell in Los Angeles: Autos: Rising cost of gas, global warming inspire car buyers
Press Telegram

Fare Hikes And Service Cuts For Bus Riders In Chicago

Getting ready for flying cars
Daily Bulletin

High-speed rail network can't be built piecemeal,1,1890069.column?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

High-tech parking meters could keep track of change,1,4800445.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

Letters to the Editor: May 27 - Gold Line ridership survey 'bogus'
Daily Bulletin

OCTA plans timeframe for regional hub - County transportation officials next week are set to lay out a plan for developing the long-planned ARTIC
Orange County Register

Port complex aspires to be bustling, clean: Expansion is aimed at reinforcing Pacific Rim dominance, but the neighbors are more interested in cutting air pollution and blight.,1,5790169.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

Seattle Asking Voters To Approve $23 Billion For Light Rail

State's access to oil now a federal issue - Officials are confronting the fact that the western U.S. lacks an emergency supply of crude,1,5809749.story?coll=la-headlines-business
Los Angeles Times