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Transportation Headlines for Friday April 18, 2008

Alameda Corridor's train count reaches 100,000
Progressive Railroading

Battle Of the Buses: Oh, It’s So On!
LA MetBlogs

Blast From the Past: LA's Red Line Construction in 1991
Curbed L.A.

Building the Metro Red Line

California State Budget Crunch, Worsening Economy and Rising Fuel Prices Threaten North County Public Transportation
FOX Business

Dan Walters: California Assembly speaker provides fuel for cynics
Sacramento Bee

Have unpaid toll fines? It may be docked from your tax return - Driver on 91 Express Lanes saw his fines balloon and money deducted from his tax refund
Orange County Register

Highway 23 widening to be finished next month
Project is 14 months ahead of schedule
Ventura County Star

LACBC: If You Want More Bike Facilities, Tell Metro

Legislators Pushing for Green Line Extension to LAX

Metrolink could come to Redlands in 2015
Redlands Daily Facts

Naturally, green dream is realized in South L.A (Metro South Park Shops)
Los Angeles Wave

NY MTA Sustainability Initiatives
Report: The Interim Report of the Blue Ribbon Commission on Sustainability and the MTA

Officials mark the expansion of California 23 - The section of highway between Thousand Oaks and Moorpark gets a third lane in each direction. Project is completed more than a year ahead of time,1,983102.story
Los Angeles Times

Omnitrans Rules The School With D.I.Y Student Video Contest

Orange County toll road foes apply pressure - A California congressional delegation urges Commerce secretary to uphold a state panel's veto of the proposal for Orange County,1,5221393.story?track=rss
Los Angeles Times

Pacific Surfliner Route: Your Southern California Seaside Seat
AMTRAK/Metrolink/Coaster Rail to Rail Program:

Pedicabs on mark for Prix - TRANSIT: Pilot program, to run through summer, offers an alternative for getting around in downtown Long Beach
Press Telegram

Satellite tracking to keep bus riders in western Riverside County updated on arrivals
Press Enterprise

Senate approves funding for levitating train

Senate vote preserves 'maglev' earmark
Review Journal

State funding is allocated for local I-10 interchanges
Fontana Herald News

Train to LAX Getting Closer, Metro Doesn't Want It

Transportation plan needs more than a simple fix
Capitol Weekly

Trench to reduce traffic, pollution
La Canada Valley Sun

Westside Extension Meetings in May
Ginny Here and There

Past Transit Videos from the Library’s Archive:

Building the Metro Red Line - 1991
Rail News Update – 1988
Metro Rail: The Future is Now – 1985
Meeting the Challenges – 1983