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Transportation Headlines for Thursday October 18, 2007

Anaheim wants help in building transit center - Anaheim and OCTA to host conference that could help make plans for a transportation hub a reality
Orange County Register

Analysis shows East L.A. could support itself - Supporters of cityhood for unincorporated East Los Angeles say financial report gives their chances a boost
Wave Newspapers

Beijing to start building 6 new subway lines by year end
China People’s Daily

Caltrans reconsiders speed limit near I-5 crash - Caltrans calls for a review of the 55-mph limit in the tunnel near Santa Clarita where Friday's 31-vehicle wreck occurred,1,4653123.story?coll=la-headlines-california&ctrack=5&cset=true
Los Angeles Times

Cell phones, Internet could be used to pay parking meters - New system to speed process, charge more for peak usage times
Daily Review

Downtown Connector alternatives analysis

Fair fare? Want better, cheaper public transit? Think about your ride
San Diego City Beat

L.A. Sniper: Return of the Bandits - The mayor and two of his closest friends try to revise history on the great bond robbery. Partners in crime: Don’t trust these guys with your bus-fare money - or a $20 billion bond
L.A. City Beat

Letters to the Editor: Driven to Change (scroll down page) re: “MTA’s $1 Billion Development Scheme” [Oct. 12–18]
L.A. Weekly

Public Meetings for Proposed Fare Increase
Foothill Transit

Reversible lane OK'd for Mulholland Tunnel
Daily News

Ventura Boulevard fixes set
Daily News

Weiss helps reject free parking plan
Daily News

Westside Extension Transit Study Corridor picture report

Widening, after all these years - Our view: Bond money for I-5 improvements welcome but long, long overdue
North County Times/Californian