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Transportation Headlines for Saturday July 14, 2007

City must plan more low-income housing - Palmdale pushed to have 'fair share' of regional housing needs
Antelope Valley Press

Councilman Weiss Calls For Traffic Reduction Study

Even N.Y. subway plans can get derailed,1,7759826.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

Las Vegas Monorail hits a financial barrier
Los Angeles Times

Leaders must step on it in funding race - Thanks to local business and community leaders, San Bernardino County's transportation agency is shifting into a higher gear
Daily Bulletin

Officials propose parking fee for Metrolink riders
Press Enterprise

Palmdale Airport alters schedule to favor eastern flights - Traveler responses indicate earlier departures, later returns preferred
Antelope Valley Press

Port workers threaten to strike - About 900 clerks plan to walk out if a contract is not reached tonight,1,6876640.story?coll=la-headlines-business
Los Angeles Times

'Subway to the Sea' plan still adrift - Despite some hopeful signs, a Wilshire line remains hung up on the question of who will foot the $5-billion price tag.,0,6474248.story?coll=la-home-center
Los Angeles Times

Talks progress in OCTA bus strike - Negotiators from both sides say they're prepared to keep working through the weekend
Orange County Register