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Transportation Headlines for Thursday July 9, 2009

100% Natural Gas Buses for Seoul By 2010
NGV Global News

Americans Waste 175 Million Years In Traffic Jams (But That’s Good News!)
The Infrastrurist

California bill would ban trucks from Angeles Crest Highway
Land Line

Caltrans reopens 10-mile section of Angeles Crest
La CaƱada Valley Sun

Caltrans to resurface I-215 between Perris and Moreno Valley between 9 p.m and 5 a.m. every night this week
Valley News

Cities Lose Out on Road Funds From Federal Stimulus
New York Times

Daily Dig - ‘Hybrid Double Decker Bus’ Edition
The Infrastrurist

How Much LA Traffic Costs You
Curbed LA

Governor's borrowing plan risks stimulus funds
San Francisco Chronicle

Green Line To LAX At Last? F'reals Now?
Militant Angeleno

LACMTA installs Najarian as chairman, nears light-rail extension opening
Progressive Railroading

LA council orders LAX to study Green Line extension
Daily Breeze

Metro unveils new mascot (and video display news)

Motorists get break in traffic congestion
USA Today

Natural Gas Cars Finally Getting Federal Attention, T. Boone Stoked

New bus route links Beaumont, Calimesa
Press Enterprise

Ports benefit from EPA Recovery Act grants
Daily Breeze

Report on Montebello's transit operations on Saturday
San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Roads in Los Angeles, Orange counties most congested in the United States - However, drivers faced slightly less delay because of rising gas prices, according to an annual report for 2007 by the Texas Transportation Institute
Los Angeles Times

Santa Monica Curbs Cabs
Santa Monica Lookout News

Study: Traffic congestion eases in L.A.
Daily News

Surprise: Los Angeles does not rank as safest in driving report
Los Angeles Times

Third Unanimous Vote for Cedillo's 710 Bill, South Pasadena Reaffirms Support

TTI: Traffic costs $87B in fuel, lost productivity
Metro Magazine

Transit agency extends ban on big rigs on SR-2
Pasadena Star News

Transportation Apps: Are We There Yet?
Read, Write, Web

USA is way behind on high speed rail, and it’s not all bad
Trains for America

U.S. EPA Awards More Than $25 million in Recovery Act Funding to California Communities to Reduce Diesel Emissions and Create Jobs