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7/31/2009

Transportation Headlines for Friday July 31, 2009

710 Freeway tunnel takes another hit as Glendale opposes plan
Los Angeles Times

Bike Storage Added to Gold Line Memorial Park Station
Pasadena Real Estate

Cities approve 'Stadium to the Sea' route for L.A. Marathon - Santa Monica joins L.A., Beverly Hills and West Hollywood in signing off on the new route, which will begin at Dodger Stadium and end at the ocean
Los Angeles Times

Community Begins Blueprint for Life in East Los Angeles - Residents have been meetings to shape new East Los Angeles Community Plan. More meetings coming in August
Eastside Sun

Government report slams transportation security
Examiner

House approves $7 billion to shore up highway fund
Washington Post

L.A. freeways set to get futuristic 'smart studs' to help guide traffic - They are expected to be installed by November at the single-lane connector from the 110 Freeway to the northbound 5 Freeway to help reduce the long lines
Los Angeles Times

MTS Receives Prestigious Award
10 News

Nevada can build fastest train in the world
Review Journal

New Bus Line will Take Passengers from SCV to NoHo
LAist

On track: LA Metro supports high-speed trains
Santa Clarita Signal

Paradise on Pavement - Plans for Park[ing] Day L.A. Underway
LA Downtown News

Poll: Californians Don’t Like Gas Prices, Want Better Transit
LA Streetsblog

Progressive Railroading to boot up HSRupdates.com on Sept. 8
Progressive Railroading

Ride NoHo bus free for first two weeks - Riders who fill out online survey ride free till Aug. 31
Santa Clarita Signal

Streetcar Project Holds Open House, Still Accepting Comments Online
BlogDowntown

Talking Trains With IBM’s Head Of Rail Innovation
Infrastructurist

ULI Study Says U.S. Can Cut Vehicle Carbon Emissions in Half by 2050; Raising Price of Driving Is Key To Reducing GHG Emissions
Transport Gooru

UPDATED: California High-Speed Trains: Anaheim, CA ARTIC
Trains for America

U.S. DOT Releases Primer on Congestion Pricing
Reason Foundation

West Hollywood puts teeth in bike law
Los Angeles Times