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Transportation Headlines for Wednesday June 6, 2007

California growth plans targeted
USA Today

Dear LAist, Bike Racks + Bus = Me Scared

Editorial: Schwarzenegger owes high-speed rail project more than lip service - State Must Demonstrate Commitment To Win Funding
Mercury News

Envisioning Bike Lanes On Your Street

Funds sought for 118 Freeway widening - Ventura County needs $33 million to finish the widening but faces a reluctant state panel,1,6649012.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

Google Maps Gains Transit Info - In some cities and for some types of public transportation, Google Maps can show the next departure time, what lines serve a specific station, and a link to the transit agency
Information Week

Google Transit 2.0
World Changing

L.A. Qualifies for One of Three New Google Upgrades
Atwater Village Newbie

New York Subway, Bus Fares Could Go To $2.40 by 2010

Notes on Bogotá Columbia (BRT)
UCLA Urban Planning Research

Partyers, workers rely on Night Owl buses - Service that covers the wee hours is a lifeline for some, but fares can't keep up with costs
San Francisco Chronicle

Port drivers steer toward clean-truck program 'On this issue, we stand with the authorities,' one worker says of the push to curb pollution,1,2593982.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

Proposed LA/Long Beach port plan meets staunch criticism
Land Line Magazine

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

Ventura and 405 Freeway Closing Schedules
Daily News/Along for the Ride Blog

Want to design a bus shelter? Well, get in line
San Francisco Chronicle

What's got your goat driving on our crowded roadways?
Daily News