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Transportation Headlines for Friday June 15, 2007

Acid leak at chemical plant disrupts Metrolink,0,248320.story?coll=la-home-local
Los Angeles Times

Americans Still Love Their Cars
U.S. News & World Report

BART snubs state, plans to run trains more often
San Francisco Chronicle

Builders create suburbs with downtown appeal
USA Today

City leaders urge state to supply transportation funds
Fontana Herald News

Congestion Pricing Federal Funds May Not Exist

FlyAway Bus Network Adds Westwood as New Location to Serve Travelers Non-Stop to Los Angeles International Airport - Bus Departs Every 30 Minutes to Airport Terminals for $4 Fare; Passengers Ride Free From June 14 Through June 30
Market Wire

Gasoline prices not expected to slacken - Fuel inventories should remain tight this summer, forecast says,1,623083.story?coll=la-headlines-business
Los Angeles Times

Largest cause of traffic is bad driving behavior
Valley News

Los Angeles Times Praises 'Jaw-Dropping Price' and 'A Genuine Deal'
Yahoo! Finance

Oceans Were the First Form Of Rapid Transit (LCR, Local Coastal Routes)
Santa Monica Mirror

Over 300 attend town hall on moving north runways
The Argonaut

Penny Lilburn named Vice Chair of Omnitrans
Highland Community News

Price at some toll road onramps to increase,1,7305608.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

Redesign more mobile public transportation fleet
Valley News

Sound of silence coming - Crews begin routing Jeffrey Road under railroad tracks
Orange County Register

Special Dogs Beef Up Security on Metrolink Trains

Tijuana site to produce Chinese cars
San Diego Union Tribune

Topanga beach bus starts soon
The Acorn