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Transportation Headlines for Friday July 20, 2007

Assembly OKs slimmer state budget - GOP senators want more cuts
San Diego Union Tribune

Assembly passes state budget after striking deal on tax credits
San Francisco Chronicle

Assembly poised to pass $140 billion state budget
San Francisco Chronicle

Budget clears Assembly; Senate vote next
Sacramento Bee

Budget cuts aim at transit - $336 million in L.A. projects is at stake
Daily News

Budget may ride on cuts in transit - Lawmakers close in on a spending plan that would divert $1 billion from projects, including several in Los Angeles,0,5439437.story?coll=la-home-center
Los Angeles Times

California lawmakers aim for Friday vote on state budget
San Diego Union Tribune

Congress moving forward with bills lifting ban on funds for 'subway to the sea'
The Argonaut

Culver City Light Rail Countdown at Less Than 1100 Days, Expo Reports
Culver City Front Page Online

Earn (BART) rewards while you ride!
Bay Area Rapid Transit

Early work begins on two big S.B. County road projects
Press Enterprise

Final stretch of 210 Freeway set to open - It will give provide a single continuous freeway from San Bernardino to the San Gabriel Valley, and connect to the 215 Freeway,1,7106521.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

Governor seeks to dip into transit funding - Projects threatened, area lawmakers say
Whittier Daily News

Inclusive Pedestrian Environments: Resources and Recommendations
Smart Growth Resource Library

Keep Transit on Track

Last 210 segment opening Tuesday - Officials urge drivers be cautious, patient
Daily Bulletin

New York City's traffic fee plan wins state OK
Yahoo! News

On the map: Residents fight Census Bureau to keep Valley counted
Daily News

Placentia may owe millions to state - A Caltrans briefing indicates the agency may demand repayment from the city for improperly using grants on its OnTrac project,1,3169990.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

Plug-in hybrids seen as vehicles for change - A study projects lower emissions and sufficient power grid capacity,1,6878952.story?coll=la-headlines-business
Los Angeles Times

Potential Strike Looms At Area Ports
Grunion Gazette

Neighborhood Project: Koreatown

Santa Monica College gets $865,000 for transit and logistics programs
The Argonaut

SF: Transportation Officials Concerned About Funding

South Pas lacks funds for 710 upgrades - Improved access to transportation corridor will have to wait
Pasadena Star News

Supervisor Knabe Puts Money In Plans To Green Los Angeles River
Grunion Gazette