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Transportation Headlines for Saturday September 29, 2007

$8.5 million fund to fix Westlake roads - MTA money will help make up the total $18 million cost for repairs
Ventura County Star

Arthur Winston interview on NPR

Bus drivers plan strike - No deal so far on Omnitrans talks
Daily Bulletin

California High-Speed Rail Authority Announces Plans for Coming Year
Business Wire

Dear Governor Schwarzenegger, the newly signed State Budget, which for the fourth consecutive year, diverts critical public transportation funds away from their local government jurisdictions
Village News

L.A. councilman urges easing of red tape for development - L.A. council president's plan to cut from 12 to 2 the number of agencies that review projects will be considered next summer, he says,1,6900054.story?coll=la-headlines-pe-california
Los Angeles Times

LA's Dirty Little Parking Secret

MTA Picks Developer Lowe For NoHo Project
San Fernando Valley Business Journal

Opposition grows to ports' clean-air plan - Trucking companies and shippers say a ban on exhaust-spewing vehicles would choke their businesses,1,1301488.story?coll=la-headlines-business
Los Angeles Times

Orange Line - A Link to Hollywood
Valley Star Online

Proposed O.C. tollway would violate environmental laws, report says,1,3590775.story?coll=la-headlines-california
Los Angeles Times

Top deputy named as director of Riverside County Transportation Commission
Press Enterprise

Transit agency seeking comments - Riverside Transit Agency is holding community meetings
Daily Bulletin

Trucks plan hits roadblock - Shipping groups challenge Clean Trucks Program
Press Telegram

Villaraigosa fires city transportation chief Gloria Jeff - Mayor says Rita Robinson will take the post previously held by Gloria Jeff, who had been on the job less than two years,0,2846734.story?coll=la-home-local
Los Angeles Times