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Transportation Headlines for Wednesday November 26, 2008

About that High Speed Train to Las Vegas

Amtrak bus line connects passengers to train stations - Students, faculty and staff can take advantage of discounts with new service to railway stops
UCLA Daily Bruin

Amtrak Names New Chief Executive
Wall Street Journal

Another map of Measure R results
Bottleneck Blog

Brown Molyneaux of the Bus Bench
Green LA Girl

Convenient Cell Phone Waiting Lot Opens at LA/Ontario International Airport

Draft Mid-City Crenshaw Vision +Implementation Plan

Familiar commute - As gas prices decline, guess what happens to freeways
Press Telegram

FHWA Issues Rule on New Grant Program But Lacks Funds to Make First Awards
Associated Construction Publications

FlyAway to offer holiday shuttles - Nonstop rides between the dorms and LAX will be offered over Thanksgiving weekend
UCLA Daily Bruin

Higher prices, economy curb Thanksgiving travel - SOUTHLAND: Auto Club and airports expect fewer people will take holiday trips
Press Telegram

In Transition: Transportation Secretary
Washington Post

L.A. County Art Museum's campaign spending rebuked (measure R)
Daily News

Metrolink crew did not radio in about red light
Press Enterprise

New Mexico Rail Runner begins test runs to Santa Fe
New Mexico Business Journal

New York Bus, Subway Riders to Get E-mail, Text-Message Alerts

NY MTA Launches Text Messaging and Email Alert System
New York MTA

Obama's DOT Pick To Face Surface Transportation Crisis
Cascadia Prospectus

Officials weigh in on economic relief
Pasadena Star News

Passenger numbers fall at LAX
Daily Breeze

Proposed SoCal Tunnel Passes Milestone

San Francisco Weighs Congestion Pricing Options

S.F. considers congestion tolls on cars
San Francisco Chronicle

Supervisor Burke ends 16 years on job
Daily Breeze

U.S. stimulus likely to target infrastructure needs

Will the L.A. City Council endorse the cyclists bill of rights?
Bottleneck Blog

Yes, Virginia, there IS a Google Transit
Commuter Page Blog