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Transportation Headlines for Tuesday August 7, 2007

Bike path runs into trouble
San Bernardino Sun

Bridge Collapse Revives Issue of Road Spending
New York Times

Bridge fix-it list grows for state
Sacramento Bee

Cleaner air worth the cost
Whittier Daily News

Disagreement over signal funds stalls state budget talks - A proposal to ease traffic congestion in Los Angeles by providing $150 million in state bond money to synchronize hundreds of traffic signals has become a point of contention in the state budget dispute, with key Republicans saying that other cities should be allowed to vie for the money,1,2251228.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

Funds an issue for California bridge repairs,1,3678489.story?coll=la-headlines-pe-california
Los Angeles Times

Frank Gruber: What I Say – Aerial View (infrastructure & population)
Santa Monica Surf/Lookout News

FRA and California Public Safety Partners Announce Initiative to Educate Farm Workers about Dangers near Railroad Lines
Federal Railroad Administration

Inland carpool-lane study stalls - HIGHWAY 60: A plan to allow lone drivers during off-peak hours has been facing federal opposition
Press Enterprise

No ‘mini’ feat - Running a major bus service isn’t always (Santa Monica Big Blue Bus)‘mini’-feat
Santa Monica Daily Press

Ocean shipping: Port Tracker report expects record-breaking volumes over the next three months
Logistics Management

OCTA looking for traffic feedback - Study focuses on South County
Orange County Register

Orangethorpe Corridor study has a ways to go - City is hoping OCTA will adopt grade separation projects
Orange County Register

Port clerks vote on contract
Press Telegram

San Fernando Valley Critical Mass
Bike Boom

Smart Growth Principles Adapted for Coastal Communities
Smart Growth Online

Traffic congestion causing dangerous, reckless drivers
Santa Monica Daily Press