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Transportation Headlines for Thursday June 7, 2007

Editorial: Stop dallying on Hwy. 118 - Panel should OK funding
Ventura County Star

Focus on mass transit is mass lunacy
North County Times

Foothill Transit relocating
San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Freight by rail: HR 2116 - Proposed Freight Rail Infrastructure Capacity Expansion Act of 2007
Trenton Times

Google Maps boosts public transportation data

Hearing Set for California Incline Project
Palisadian Post

How to slow a speeding train - High-speed rail would solve the state's most pressing environmental and transportation problems. So why isn't Schwarzenegger supporting it?
San Diego City Beat

Hundreds of bicyclists injured by vehicles in county every year - A big push for cycling safety; roadway dangers a major concern
Ventura County Star

Inland Empire's 25-year growth targeted
USA Today

Metro Quarterly – Spring 2007 Edition – Metro Connections (.pdf file)

Palmdale airport option offered - Easier commuting, Santa Clarita told
Daily News/Santa Clarita Edition

Palmdale Airport bus stop possible
Antelope Valley Press

San Jacinto in line to control stretch of Highway 79
Press Enterprise

Santa Monica: The Archeology of Crazy Dreams
Palisadian Post

Smoke on the Water: Severe air pollution around the port complex could worsen under expansion plans
L.A. City Beat

To cure road rage, close road: With angry drivers attacking flagmen, Caltrans will shut down part of California 138 until a project is done,0,6659425.story?coll=la-home-center
Los Angeles Times

Toll-road completion critical countywide
Capitol Weekly

Trains and Planes Take Different Legislative Courses
Santa Monica Surf/Lookout News

United begins S.F. flights from Palmdale,1,515185.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

Vote due on gas-guzzler fees
Sacramento Bee

Westport Innovations Inc.: First 20 LNG Heavy Duty Trucks to Deploy at Los Angeles Ports

What is smog? (Clean Air Day in Canda)
Green Living Online

Which way for the MTA? Even with upcoming fare hikes, the agency needs more funding to build and maintain a better transit system,0,4963504.story?coll=la-opinion-leftrail
Los Angeles Times