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Transportation Headlines for Tuesday July 17, 2007

Alameda Corridor speeds delivery: Union Pacific freight trains ride expressway through L.B., Carson, Compton, Lynwood, Los Angeles and Commerce
Press Telegram

Both sides in O.C. bus strike OK new contract - New pay structure to take effect for 1,100 drivers. Full service is expected by midweek,1,2919340.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

Box Cargo Flow ''Smooth'' at Ports of L.A., Long Beach - Retail container traffic at acceptable levels despite the threat of an ILWU strike
Cal Trade Report

Broken down? Free road service coming - Grant will allow for tow trucks to patrol busy roadways
Desert Sun

Freeway expansion seen as catalyst for Rialto, San Bernardino development
Press Enterprise

Get this idea on track - Re "County offers 'inland port' plan," July 12,0,3373675.story?coll=la-news-comment-letters
Los Angeles Times

Headache relief at rail crossing: Officials plan grade separation
San Bernardino Sun

How Walkable Is Your Neighborhood?

Is the subway the right way? Re " 'Subway to the Sea' plan still adrift," July 14,0,2281421.story?coll=la-news-comment-letters
Los Angeles Times

Just one flight and you'll be hooked - Supporters of air service in Palmdale pitch convenience to travelers
Daily News

Lack of Federal Funding Could Kill Amtrak - Bush, Congress at Odds over Budget
Consumer Affairs

Metrolink Train Kills Elderly Woman in OntarioWitnesses Say Woman was Trying to Beat Train

More freeway funds needed - Region needs 10 times more, official says
Daily News

New French Revolution’s Creed: Let Them Ride Bikes
New York Times

Port closure threat remains - Union leader says pickets are likely today if no agreement is reached
Daily Breeze

Ports strike could have wide effect
Pasadena Star News

Waiting for MTA Re the editorial, "On track for urban development:" (scroll down page
Pasadena Star News

Wilshire Subway Watch: Beverly Hills Meeting MaƱana