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8/10/2009

Transportation Headlines for Monday August 10, 2009

Airport’s fares are 3rd-lowest - Bob Hope trails Long Beach and Oakland airports in study of most inexpensive fares
Burbank Leader

Alternative Pink Line through West Hollywood
Ride the Pink Line

California bullet train OKs European accords
Business Times

Clean buses help up breathe easy
San Bernardino Sun

Critiquing Transit and the Job Creation Claims of High-Speed Rail
Reason

Expo could hinder funding for subway
Santa Monica Daily Press

Expo Takes Santa Monica For a Bumpy Ride
Santa Monica Dispatch

Fare Gate Money Shot: Beta-testing Union Station
The Bus Bench

FlyAway shuttle to decrease frequency - To maintain low costs for students, departures from Westwood will be hourly four days a week
Daily Bruin

How Can Government More Effectively Deliver Infrastructure Projects?
National Journal

King County executive proposes service cuts for all Metro Transit bus routes
Seattle Times

L.A. River Bikeway Construction and Closure
L.A. Creek Freak

LETTERS: Public transit in Los Angeles and nationwide
Los Angeles Times

Mass Transit: A Terror Target?
Parade

Metro Regional Dis-Connect
Little Tokyo Unblogged

Metro Shuffles the Deck on Security
LA Streetsblog

My Westside Mass Transit Dream
Ride the Pink Line

OCTA's new chief wants to soften bus cuts - Will Kempton, who had been running Caltrans, vows to 'turn over every stone
Orange County Register

Proposed trail system from Eaton Canyon to the Rio Hondo gets a boost
Pasadena Star News

REGION: Changes proposed to Dial-A-Ride program - Four meetings planned in area next week to review proposal
The Californian

Review: What Will Life Be Like In the US When Gas Costs $20 Per Gallon?
Infrastructurist

Transit Execs' Take on the 'Authorization' Act
Progressive Railroading

Transportation and land use options for sustainable communities
Conejo Calendar

US Rails Will Deteriorate Without Federal Funds -Transit Executives
ATU

Westside Subway Extension Might Be Built In This Lifetime
Beverly Hills Courier

World’s Most Impressive Subway Maps
TreeHugger