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Transportation Headlines for Thursday June 28, 2007

Audit: Lax DOT control cost county $700,000
Daily News

Bill would ban runway shift at LAX
Daily Breeze

Budget politics could slow high-speed rail
San Francisco Chronicle

California has worst U.S. traffic: study
Monsters & Critics

Caltrans opens up northbound lanes of Santa Clara Bridge on 101
Ventura County Star

Council Battles Waldorf School over Traffic Plan
Palisadian Post

Cut down HOV lane hassle
Whittier Daily News

Four Southland cities are among the fastest-growing in the nation - Lancaster, at No. 10, is the highest California city on the list of the top 25. Others are Irvine, Fontana and Palmdale,1,6700810.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

Freeways are full of problems - State's highways ranked seventh-worst in nation
Daily News

Judge backs MTA
Los Angeles Times Bottleneck Blog

Judge denies Injunction on Metro Fare Increases
Daily News – Along for the Ride Blog

Judge won't stop MTA bus and rail fare hikes,1,5883184.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

Judge refuses to block Metro fare increases - Hikes set to begin Sunday; critics say ridership will fall
Daily News

LA judge won't block bus and rail fare hikes
Press Enterprise

Politics of Polluting - The Senate moves to greatly increase gas mileage in cars and trucks, but doesn’t go far enough for California
L.A. City Beat

Port gets railroad's pollution solution
Daily Breeze

Rosendahl Mulls Motion To Spur Incline Mitigation
Palisadian Post

Taking a message to the streets - A planned caravan of 100 big rigs with a clean-air message falls short, and few commuters notice,1,7143500.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times