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Transportation Headlines for Friday September 21, 2007

Bill lifting ban on Wilshire tunneling passes another hurdle in Congress
The Argonaut

Boxer, Peters Clash Over Bridge Safety

BRU Continues To Mislead Eager-But-Naive College Students

Capital rides second class on train plan - Some upset as high-speed rail proposal calls for adding city only after L.A.-S.F. line is built
Sacramento Bee

Editorial: New view on traffic delays - No relief, so enjoy the ride
Ventura County Star

Frank Gruber: What I say – Home is where the parking is
Santa Monica Surf/Lookout News

Giving up car revs family up - Santa Ana household recoups 35% of its income after ditching ailing auto for bicycles and greener lifestyle
Orange County Register

Groundbreaking for New Bus Facility
Santa Monica Surf/Lookout News

I-10 interchange detours start next week
Yucaipa News Mirror

LED signs will warn of trains - Flashing lights should grab drivers' attention
Daily News/Santa Clarita Edition

Promoting green space, one parking meter at a time - Artists transform spaces into temporary public parks as part of Park(ing) Day L.A.,1,5890535.story?coll=la-home-printedition
Los Angeles Times

Rail's New Competitor: Buses. Part I: What Is Bus Rapid Transit?

Rail's New Competitor: Buses. Part II: BRT Slashes Subway Project

Rail's New Competitor: Buses. Part III: Crowded or Not Crowded Enough

Relief is near on 60/91/215 interchange,0,4047140.story?coll=la-home-center
Los Angeles Times

Study says overseas flights contributed $82.1 billion to county economy in 2006
The Argonaut

Tips to avoid carpool conflicts

To go green, live closer to work, report says - New study says planning compact, mixed-use communities instead of suburbs would help save the planet,1,6431767.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

Would you pay $33.33 to fund the 'Subway to the Sea?'