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Transportation Headlines for Thursday July 26, 2007

APTA Transit Board Members Seminar - Norfolk, VA - James S. Simpson Remarks
Federal Transit Administration

Budget impasse may stall projects - The state transportation commission is advised to not fund any plans, including an L.A.-area light rail line, until a spending plan is OKd,1,1134823.story?coll=la-headlines-california
L.A. Times

The budget underbelly
Capitol Weekly

City’s alternative-fuel station losing money - City hopes for private, public demand to increase for natural gas fueled vehicles
Desert Dispatch

Dial-A-Ride adding buses, hours - City's new transit provider to begin service Aug. 1
Whittier Daily News

Do Something Radical

Land deal off track - Bridge's up in the air
Daily Bulletin

Pollution-cholesterol link to heart disease seen - The combination activates genes that can cause clogged arteries, UCLA researchers say,1,5279648.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

Port clerks weigh their options as talks stall,1,383981.story?coll=la-headlines-business
L.A. Times

Port labor talks said to take turn for the worse
Press Telegram

Sacramento Bites Back - With Antonio preoccupied, L.A. loses its rail funds
L.A. Weekly

State officials tour freeway project - 60/91/215 interchange
Press Enterprise

Supporting the subway to the sea
Santa Monica Daily Press

We need dense, affordable housing in the heart of the city - L.A.'s downtown council member objects to a Times Op-Ed,0,6536455.story?coll=la-opinion-center
Los Angeles Times