Transportation Headlines on Paper.li

6/18/2009

Transportation Headlines for Thursday June 18, 2009

A Broad Section Of Cyclists Descend On City Hall, LAPD No-Shows
LA StreetsBlog

Budget Problems Slow Down New Rapid Bus Line
Orange County Register

Despite New Challenges, Americans Continue Flocking To Public Transportation
Transportation For America

DOT Moves U.S. High-Speed Rail Closer To Reality
U.S. Department Of Transportation

DOT Secretary Ray LaHood, HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan, And EPA Secretary Lisa Jackson Announce Interagency Partnership For Sustainable Communities
U.S. DOT Office Of Public Affairs

House Democrats Craft Transportation Bill
Wall Street Journal

LaHood Asks For 18-Month Extension Of Four-Year-Old Transpo Law
DC StreetsBlog

Messing With Transportation Funding
CityWatch

Metro Changes Bus Routes And Schedules
Santa Monica Daily Press

Montebello Transit Department Needs $2 Million
Whittier Daily News

No New Federal Transportation Bill Until 2011?
LA StreetsBlog

Playing Games With Dodger Fans (game day traffic and parking)
The Eastsider LA

Program Eases Limits On Taxi Pickups
KNBC

That New Transportation Bill? Not Happening Anytime Soon
Infrastructurist

U.S. Transportation Secretary LaHood Announces Guidelines For Receiving Economic Recovery Funds For High-Speed Rail
U.S. DOT Office Of Public Affairs

What Do Americans Really Think About Spending On Transportation?
Transportation For America

WHO Report Hightlights Global Health Risk Of Traffic
LA StreetsBlog