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Transportation Headlines for Friday May 1, 2009

AC Transit Wants To Cut Service By 15 Percent
Contra Costa Times

Another Appeal Filed Against Long Beach’s ‘Green’ Terminal Plans
Port World

Ansaldo Breda At This Weekend’s So. Ca Ta Meeting
LA Streetsblog

California Population Growth Flattens Out
Los Angeles Times

Clock Ticking On U.S. Transportation Bill

Congressional Conference Report Secures $1 Billion Annually For HSR
Transport Politic

Convergence of Mobility and Mobility (ConMaM)

Damning Report On State Of Good Repair Needs Released
Transport Politic

High-Speed Rail Opposition Picks Up Speed
San Francisco Examiner

High-Speed Train Proposal Passes ‘Milestone’
Las Vegas Review Journal

HiSpeed Services And Branding
California High Speed Rail Blog

How Does Transportation Policy Influence Development?
Smart Growth America

L.A. Mayor Villaraigosa Touts City’s Cleaner Air
Los Angeles Daily News

Long Beach Transit Adds 25 New Hybrid Buses To Fleet

Los Angeles MTA Contracts Consulting Firm To Identify PPP Opportunities
Progressive Railroading

May Day Marches Expected To Draw Thousands To Downtown L.A.
Los Angeles Daily News

Muni Plans To Raise Fares 50 Cents In July
San Francisco Chronicle

Neighbors Balking At Sunset Boulevard Widening Project
Curbed LA

Report: Fuel Costs, New Infrastructure Reshaping US Industrial Supply Chain: Inland Ports In The US, Canada And Mexico Likely Stand To Benefit From $6 Billion Panama Canal Expansion And Corporate Efforts To Trim Distribution Costs

Save The Date: Thursday, May 7, 2009: Gold Line Foothill Extension Rally At Citrus College
I Will Ride Blog

Senator Seeks ‘Opt Out’ For Highway Trust Fund
Journal Of Commerce

S.F. Bike-Sharing Program Part Of Growing Trend
Contra Costa Times

Swine Flu Impacting Los Angeles Travel Industry
Daily Breeze

Tiger Tracker: Real-Time Bus Locations
TransLoc: Princeton University Transit Visualization

Transit Agency To Raise Bus Rates In June
Valley Chronicle

Transportation Chief Cites Stimulus Money Success
Associated Press

What About Freight Service?
San Mateo County Times

What Happened To The Office Of Urban Policy?
The Root