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Transportation Headlines for Friday August 17, 2007

19 minutes to drive just one mile of Wilshire...

Bridge's opening marked by ceremony
Ventura County Star

Bridge projects difficult to fund
Ventura County Star

Easing Congestion on LA’s West Side: Too Little Too Late?
KCRW/Which Way L.A.

Federal Administration Out In SEPTA Dispute
Evening Bulletin

LAX `extremely challenged' - Airport exec: Facility unable to cope with shutdown
Whittier Daily News

Metro Goes Pepsi

Mexico plans to send trucks across border this month
Land Line

Mexico yanks a roadblock to developing port-rail plan
San Diego Union Tribune

Movie wraps 105 Fwy - Drivers bound for El Segundo, LAX this weekend should expect delays
Press Telegram

MTA's dream map gets darker
Los Angeles Times/Bottleneck Blog

MTA long on projects, but short on funds - The agency's vision for roads and rail is ambitious, but funding will be scarce, director tells the board,1,3925595.story?track=rss
Los Angeles Times

OCTA celebrates 35 years with longtime customers
Daily Pilot

Plans for Highway 138 scaled back
Antelope Valley Press

Port of L.A. is making `green' its byword - Commission calls for all its buildings to be "environmentally responsible."
Daily Breeze

Roads at LAX get prettier, faster - Millions will go to beautify Century Boulevard and improve area traffic flow
Daily Breeze

Running On Empty - Drivers seek benefits and financial support for Cleans Trucks Program
L.A. City Beat

San Jacinto lays out Highway 79 improvement plan
Press Enterprise

Subsidizing Pollution: LB/L.A. Lawmakers Alan Lowenthal & Betty Karnette Pushed Industry-Backed Bill Exempting High-Polluting Ship "Bunker Fuel" From CA Sales/Use Tax
Long Beach Report

Tolls, Congestion Pricing Face Drivers in Five U.S. Cities
Environment News Service

Tolls, hikes in taxes, fares may lie ahead - Transit, highway projects designed for future L.A.
Daily News

Transportation Secretary Discusses Concerns About National Infrastructure

Turbulence at LAX - A summertime systems failure at the airport is part of a dangerous pattern of neglect,0,7797634.column?coll=la-opinion-leftrailLos Angeles Times