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Transportation Headlines for Thursday September 27, 2007

40,000 Parking Meters To Be Replaced With Digital

All Aboard City Council - Who says L.A. City Councilmembers are too good to take public transportation?
L.A. City Beat

Apartment complex shares site with stop on MTA's Gold Line
San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Back to 1984 (Olympics traffic)
L.A. City Beat

Dozing in the Slow Lane - Who are the leaders who can get Los Angeles moving again?
L.A. City Beat

Man throws himself in front of Orange Line bus
L.A. Daily News

Metrolink Service In Orange Restored After Gas Line Repair

National Rail Freight Infrastructure Capacity and Investment Study
American Association of Railroads

New York City Transit to Send Old Subway Cars to Become Reefs

OCTA helps Placentia with train plans - $200,000 will help the city finish plans to eliminate railroad crossings
Orange County Register

Pedestrian and Bicyclist Intersection Safety Indices: User Guide
U.S. Federal Highway Administration

Pedestrian Signal Safety for Older Persons
AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety

Port Users Call for Federal Review of Anti-Competitive Impacts of Southern California Ports' Trucking Plan
Yahoo! Finance

Proposed rules will help clean air
Daily Bulletin

Public Transportation's Contribution to Greenhouse Gas Reduction
American Public Transportation Association

Research Pays Off - Smart Parking Management to Boost Transit, Ease Congestion: Oakland, California Field Test Shows Promise
Transportation Research Board

Road Rage - Seven who delayed L.A.’s transit future
L.A. City Beat

Ships are top port polluters
San Diego Union-Tribune

Time's running out for L.A.'s irksome meters - Officials outline a modernization plan, with the first phase being the replacement of about 10% of the machines in the near future,0,5095721.story?coll=la-home-center
Los Angeles Times

Will 76 widening take 76 years?
North County Times/Californian