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Transportation Headlines for Thursday June 14, 2007

A Metrolink Train Runs Through It
Santa Clarita Signal

Battleground for new diesel regs goes beyond ARB
Capitol Weekly

Billions in cargo at risk at state's ports of entry - California officials look for ways to prevent gridlock in the movement of goods. Thousands of local jobs and millions of dollars are at stake
Daily Breeze

Census Bureau: Most of us still drive to work – alone
Central Valley Business Times

Census proposal may take the Valley off the map
Daily News

Cleaning the Ports (SB 974) (scroll down page)
L.A. City Beat

Crash on 170 kills 1, hurts 9 - Chain-reaction accident involves a motorcycle, an MTA bus and half a dozen other vehicles,1,3903385.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

Five Minutes With: OCTA bus driver Dennis Disinger - OCTA bus driver Dennis Disinger has been accident-free since 1974.
Orange County Register

Fewer riders, more revenues
Los Angeles Times/Bottleneck Blog

High-speed rail shunted to slow track - Wrangling over state budget may kill project, supporters fear
Sacramento Bee

LAX Expansion Betrayal? Thinking they’d won, Westsiders eyeball an even more intrusive runway plan
L.A. Weekly

LAX expansion safety studies wanted
Daily News

More commuters driving to work alone
Business Week

On the road alone in L.A. - Southland drivers are the loneliest in U.S.; jobs, housing key reasons
Daily News

Stealth bill to boost fees flies through the Assembly - Drivers would pay more to fund research to develop cleaner fuels
San Francisco Chronicle

Traffic costs - Reducing congestion key to strong economy
Daily News

Traffic fears curb Rolling Hills Estate proposed smart growth overlay - Officials abandon residential development plans during a heated meeting
Daily Breeze