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Transportation Headlines for Saturday November 22, 2008

Another L.A. commuter train runs red light before hitting freight train
USA Today

ARTBA Sees More Highway Spending
Traffic World

Environmental study OK'd for port oil terminal project - Contracts are also approved for marina, green buffer for Wilmington
Daily Breeze

Homophobia on the Bus in a Post-Proposition 8 World
Santa Monica Mirror

How You Can Tell Transit Has Arrived: Red Line Bar Hops Planned

LA's Era in DC

LNG fueling station being built
Press Telegram

Major US City Post-Oil Preparedness Ranking - Which Cities and Metro Areas are Best or Least Prepared for Price Volatility, Supply Shocks and Climate Change Regulations?
Common Current

Mass transit funding expected to drop 4% - MTS may have to slash millions
San Diego Union Tribune

Measure R's lead keeps growing
Bottleneck Blog

Metrolink Holiday Toy Express & A Christmas Story On The Big Screen!
Ventura County Star

Metrolink Train Ran Red Light Causing Crash

Metrolink train in Rialto crash ran red light, inquiry finds
Los Angeles Times

Metro Red Line to extend holiday hours
Daily Breeze

More people taking the bus (RTA)
San Jancinto Valley Chronicle

New Late-Night DASH Offers Holiday Hours
DowntownLA Scene

Orange Line to Rail? Subway from Valley to UCLA?

Our view - Go east, MTA!
Pasadena Star News

Port of Los Angeles on Track to Award More Than $383 Million in Construction Contracts in 2008 - Port of L.A. Construction Projects Will Support 6,000+ Jobs
Market Watch

Reports of vote on auto fees denied
Pasadena Star News

Rialto train accident puts control systems, mandated by 2015, back in spotlight
Press Enterprise

Three projects are added to Camarillo's bikeway plan
Ventura County Star

Transportation's Obama Factor
Traffic World

Villaraigosa calls for 'emergency overhaul' of L.A.'s budget - The mayor wants most city departments to cut 3% of their costs through the end of the fiscal year because of a $110-million shortfall
Los Angeles Times

“Weekend Update:” What Happened at the Big Bike Meeting

What LAX really needs - L.A.'s airport must move runways for safety, not renovate the Bradley International Terminal
Los Angeles Times