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Transportation Headlines for Monday July 23, 2007

County developing 20-year General Plan
Whittier Daily News

Downtowners: Don’t Drive To Ralphs

Freeway link a door for some, a jam for others -Closing the gap on the 210 will help Inland Empire commuters but may further congest streets in foothill cities,0,7539928.story?coll=la-home-center
Los Angeles Times

Keep transit on track - Re "Budget may ride on cuts in transit," July 20,0,2216995.story?coll=la-news-comment-letters
Los Angeles Times

LA prepares for crackdown on gridlock (Crenshaw Boulevard)
KTVN 2 News

Pasadena's 'green fleet' is growing
Pasadena Star News

`Slugs' move faster on freeways
Pasadena Star News

A subway, in Amsterdam? - World: Engineers tackle challenge of building in famously unsturdy ground
Press Telegram

A Swedish take on congestion pricing - BY ROBERT W. POOLE JR.; Robert W. Poole Jr., an MIT-trained engineer, is director of transportation studies at the Reason Foundation, a nonprofit think tank based in Los Angeles

Trains were often targeted by terrorists (in 1907)
Pasadena Star News

Trolley Upgrades Pivotal to C Street Revitalization Plans - Visionaries Seek Common Ground for Aligning Transportation Corridor With Downtown’s Reconstruction
San Diego Business Journal