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Transportation Headlines for Wednesday July 25, 2007

Alameda, Gold Line plans both lose in House action - $104.4 billion allotted for transportation elsewhere in U.S.
Daily News

America's Unhealthy Commutes

Californians Burn Rubber on New Freeway
Washington Post

CalPERS may finance infrastructure as a way to boost profits
Sacramento Bee

Chertoff: All Containers Entering U.S. Ports To Be Screened - Homeland Security Chief Visits Port of Long Beach, USC

Daily Passes Offer Unlimited Rides
Santa Monica Surf/Lookout News

Diesel Pollution from Construction Equipment: An Opportunity for the Air Board to Build a Cleaner California by Rulemaking This Week
California Progress Report

Go Metro To A Dodgers Game

Go Metro To The Arclight Theater

Los Angeles Public Transit Lifestyle™: 10 Ways To Embrace It

Now it's a road to somewhere - The final section of the 210 Freeway is now open, easing travel from the Inland Empire to the Los Angeles area,1,1400298.story?coll=la-headlines-california&ctrack=1&cset=true
Los Angeles Times

Orange Line Extension Meetings in Valley
San Fernando Valley Business Journal

Planners know better - Portland shows other cities (like Long Beach and Irvine) what not to do with transit
Press Telegram

Planners urge high-density living, tiny downtown apartments
Daily News

Rail car rolls in to Riverside as training tool for Fire Department
Press Enterprise

San Diego Buses with new comforts unveiled
San Diego Union Tribune

Spread the state budget pain equally - An across-the-board cut makes more sense than raiding funds for transportation and the homeless,0,2432920.story?coll=la-opinion-center
Los Angeles Times

Truck-only lanes have cons, OOIDA official says
Land Line Magazine

Wilshire Subway Watch: Wilshire or WeHo? Vote on our new LAist Poll!

Vision for the Future of Transportation: 'New Dynamics Require New Strategies'
PR Newswire