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Transportation Headlines for Monday July 16, 2007

2nd Wilshire subway corridor meeting to be July 17 in Beverly Hills
Southern California Transit Advocates

60 million Golden Staters by the year 2050: If California in 2007 is short on water, freeways, schools, energy, housing, health care facilities and other amenities Americans feel entitled to, how can we accommodate 60 million people by midcentury?
Antelope Valley Press

Action Alert: Governor's budget threatens Expo Line funding
Friends for Expo

BART to reward riders for credit card use
San Francisco Chronicle

Contract vote might put end to OCTA bus strike
Daily News

Frank Gruber: What I Say - One-Way Ticket; Yeah? (Pico/Olympic)
Santa Monica Surf/Lookout News

Is LAX vulnerable? Two-time terrorist target lacks proper safety training
Daily News

McLean to Address Transportation in League of Cities
Santa Clarita Signal

More Than One Way to the City of the Future
Santa Monica Surf/Lookout News

O.C. bus drivers vote on tentative pact - Union ratification is set to finish today, just before management meets to consider the agreement,1,6488133.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

Planners ponder readying for 2050 - Stacked highways among the ideas
Ventura County Star

Port union studies 11th-hour proposal,0,7110063.story?coll=la-home-center
Los Angeles Times

Public transit needs a future - The governor would shift funds to other uses. Here's one way to pump some back,0,6046583.story?coll=la-opinion-rightrail
Los Angeles Times

Q&A with Local Government (scroll down to “How did this column's idea of charging a toll on people driving into Los Angeles International Airport go over with readers?” and “Any other ways to pay to expand the mass transit system?”,1,716659,full.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

Roads to nowhere as region bloats,1,1245466.story?coll=la-news-a_section
Los Angeles Times

San Diego Port plans for expansion
San Diego Union Tribune

Talks aim to head off port strike - Action could paralyze complex
Daily News

Time for gov., legislators to get in step on budget,1,2086675.column?coll=la-util-politics-cal
Los Angeles Times