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Transportation Headlines for Tuesday August 28, 2007

$60 million OKd for railroad crossing upgrades in O.C. - The 53 crossings, including 16 in Orange, will allow cities to become 'quiet zones,' where train horns won't be sounded,1,5618768.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

6 Injured When Truck, Blue Line Train Collide

Air quality gizmos - Smog busters take to the road
San Bernardino Sun

AV bridge rates as structurally deficient
Antelope Valley Press

Fly friendly skies elsewhere
Whittier Daily News

L.A. LIVE seeks to make downtown new Times Square - New downtown project will try to liven the area, but it might leave most Angelenos with nothing to do
USC Daily Trojan

MTA Tests Supersized 100-Passenger Bus

Nation's longest bus debuts in Valley - 100 can ride new Orange Line behemoth
Daily News

New LAX runway safety breach - The FAA is probing an incident Saturday in which two Boeing 737s passed close to each other on the north airfield,1,1754403.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

Rails weaved through SB Valley
San Bernardino Sun

Shanghai's booming subway,0,5699726.story?coll=la-home-center
Los Angeles Times

'Supersized Bus' Starts Operation On Orange Line

Teen drivers may lose phone privileges - With or without a hands-free device, people under 18 would be barred from using cell phones under Assembly bill
Daily Breeze