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Transportation Headlines for Saturday October 13, 2007

2 face trial in traffic `sabotage'
Daily Breeze

2 L.A. traffic engineers must face trial - They are accused of trying to sabotage traffic flow at four busy intersections just before a job action by the city's Engineers and Architects Assn,1,5780169.story?track=rss
Los Angeles Times

Dual routes suggested for high-speed rail system
San Francisco Chronicle

Four-lane Route 76 gets nod in long-awaited impact report
San Diego Union Tribune

Gold Line extension possible - L.A. mayor endorses preliminary study
San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Metro Crenshaw-Prairie corridor meetings

Metro Gold Line Resumes Service In Pasadena

Online chat with Metro board chair

Santa Ana getting serious about streetcars - City officials are considering line that would link its train station, downtown and civic center
Orange County Register

Southern California National Freight Gateway Collaboration
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

The Hipster Bus
Santa Monica Mirror/Lookout News

Will Los Angeles settle with ex-DOT chief? - Two weeks after mayor abruptly fired his Department of Transportation chief, some city leaders are trying to negotiate a settlement to persuade her to drop her appeal and avoid a high-profile, racially charged hearing over her termination
Daily Breeze