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Transportation Headlines for Friday August 31, 2007

226 years young - Historic walk leads up to party marking the birthday of Los Angeles
Pasadena Weekly

Allowing Mexican trucks delayed - Thursday would be earliest start date
San Diego Union Tribune

Going green, from the valleys to the sea,0,6659639,full.story?coll=la-promo-opinion
Los Angeles Times

LA METRO Presents Prog-Rock Band CANON Live at Union Station
California News Wire

Moscow Metro to Adopt Phone-Swipe Turnstiles
Moscow Times
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Russia Info Center

OCTA Bus Fares Reduced Friday - One-way fares will be cut from $1.25 to 35 cents as O.C. transit agency celebrates 35 years of service
Orange County Register

OCTA offers 35-cent rides on its anniversary
Daily Pilot

OmniTrans Bus drivers may strike if contract is rejected
San Bernardino Sun

Port levy measure advances in Capitol - The bill has passed the state Senate and is moving ahead in the Assembly. But L.A.'s mayor opposes it.
Daily Breeze

Residents speak of smog with passion, knowledge - As it considers changing ozone rules, the EPA gets a California-style response at an L.A. hearing,1,4631130.story?coll=la-headlines-california&ctrack=2&cset=true
Los Angeles Times

SB 974 (Container Fee/"Port Investment bill") Clears Ass'y Appropriations Committee, Heads To Ass'y Floor With Amendments
Long Beach Report

Shipping and CO2 experts to gather in Long Beach
Bunker World

Transit rail line extensions and freeway upgrades jeopardized by Sacramento budget decision
The Argonaut