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Transportation Headlines for Saturday May 2, 2009

Are Buses The New Way To Go?
USA Today

Bike Path To Blight Path – And No One To Blame (Orange Line Bike Path)

Bringing Efficiency To The Infrastructure
New York Times

City Reps Criticize High Speed Train Project
Desert Dispatch

Citywatch LA: Fast Times In The San Fernando Valley
SoapBox LA

Cloud computing Could Help Agencies Track Stimulus Funds
NextGov: Technology And The Business Of Government

Fake Subway Maps By Transit Authority Figures

Frequently Asked Questions For BRT On Wilshire Blvd
Pedestrian View Of Los Angeles

Googling The Future: Google Transit Changes The Way Riders Find Their Routes And Alters The Ways They Think About Public Transportation
Trillium Solutions Blog

Haefele On Light Rail (sound file)

High-Speed Trains: Overview From The Report on May 1, 2009
CQ Researcher

Judge Blocks Part Of Ports’ Clean Truck Program
Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Bicyclists Threatened By Unsafe Motorists
Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition

Meet The Tower: Latest Gold Line Extension Construction Shots
LA Curbed

New Direction For Transit System: Compass Cards Replacing Paper Passes With Plastic
San Diego Union Tribune

Pandemic Flu Could Clog U.S. Rail Lines
IEEE Spectrum Online

Public Transit Investment Would Create ‘Green’ Jobs, APTA Report States
Progressive Railroading

Researchers Partner With California To Create Freight Transportation ‘Footprint’
University of Delaware Daily

Resident Have Questions, Get Few Answers On Proposed 710 Freeway Tunnel
Pasadena Star-News

San Francisco’s Hybrid Taxis Prove Their Worth
Contra Costa Times

San Gabriel Bike Trail Work Resumes
Long Beach Gazettes

Study: $50 Billion Need To Fix Aging Rail Transit Systems
San Jose Mercury News

Transit Systems On Alert With Swine Flu Outbreak
Passenger Transport Express

Transportation Secretary LaHood Says Administration Eyeing NextGen Financial Aid For Airlines
Los Angeles Times

West Coast Ports Face Rough Seas
Bond Buyer