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Transportation Headlines for Friday September 7, 2007

Air board to detail plan on emissions - The agency is set to propose five new measures that would cut greenhouse gases by 2.8 million metric tons annually by 2010,1,6616801.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

Assemblyman Lieu asks FAA to reduce number of LAX flights for safety reasons
The Argonaut

Blue Bus Toots Horn for Longtime Employees
Santa Monica Surf/Lookout News

Breathing (and dying) in L.A. - Top smog doctors find new maladies
L.A. City Beat

Can Congress Help Raise the Grades? (infrastructure)
American Society of Civil Engineers

Construction Watch: Solair Wilshire
Curbed L.A.

Expo Line Funding Gets Green Light
Santa Monica Surf/Lookout News

Metrolink adds more weekend trains for Antelope Valley
Daily News/Along for the Ride

Metrolink's challenge to Glendale train crash negligence claims to be heard
Daily News

Not whether but when - Another container bill fails, but a fee is almost certain
Press Telegram

Pedestrians to get new crossing at Metrolink rail station
Ventura County Star

Plancentia Council picks overpass/ underpass option
Orange County Register

Plan for L.A./ONT to be seen in 2008 - Villaraigosa hopes to move millions of passengers away from Los Angeles
San Bernardino Sun

Port study is good news - Cargo volume is up, but emissions are not, internal research finds
Daily Breeze

Rescuing the Ports - Massive plan to stem pollution could create a truckers’ utopia
L.A. City Beat

Senate Transportation Committee Chair Lowenthal Opines on Bridge Repair Needs and Budget Woes
The Planning Report

Senators Introduce Legislation That Would Ban Tolls on Existing Interstates

Suit fights transit fund shift
Sacramento Bee

Texas lawmakers oppose tolling of interstates
Land Line

Top 10 easiest U.S. airports to get to - Boston, D.C., other places to skip the cab lines, traffic and high fares

Truckers protest cargo program,1,2200763.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

Wilshire Subway Watch: Congressman Henry Waxman, Subway Enemy No. 1