Transportation Headlines on Paper.li

8/24/2009

Transportation Headlines for Monday August 24, 2009

Bicycle Film Festival Rolls Into Town Next Week
LA Metblogs

Bike Lanes Appear on Myra Avenue
LA Streetsblog

Cityride card coming to seniors, disabled
Daily News

Cleaning up at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach - The friendly rivals are attracting, testing and funding cutting-edge technology to reduce emissions and fuel consumption
Los Angeles Times

Dan Walters: Freeway gap symbolizes California's political inertia (710)
Sacramento Bee

Design in Motion - Reducing Stockholm’s Traffic with Congestion Pricing
Neil Peterson

Enviro Benefits of High Speed Rail
Curbed LA

Food trucks just keep rolling
Los Angeles Times

Gold Line Extension Targets Mid-October Opening
LA Downtown News

How to Go, Part 2: Public Transit Apps
CBS news

Hydrogen-powered vehicles on horizon - Carmakers, Obama clash over fuel cells vs. batteries
Washington Times

Inland officials say now is the time to fix up roads
Press Enterprise

L.A. authority collects soil samples for proposed subway extension
Progressive Railroading

LAX makes birds unwelcome
Los Angeles Times

More public workers retiring early
Sacramento Bee

Orange County Transit Meltdown: Did people really not see this coming?
Sustainable Cities and Transport

Plans For Historic East LA Golden Gate Complex Growing
Eastside Sun

Rail Documents for Comment
American Public Transportation Association- Standards Development Program

Rail Safety Event Aug. 27 Serves Up Free Fun
Mile by Mile

Santa Monica and Caltrans Form A Partnership
Santa Monica Mirror

Time for America to Get on Fast Track? Europe and Asia Have Advanced High Speed Rail Systems. Can America Catch Up?
CBS News

Toronto proposes 10-minute bus service
Metro Magazine

Transit Oriented Development: A Vehicle for Great Streets and Great Sidewalks
New Urban City

Villaraigosa Not Even Treating South L.A. Like We're 3/5ths a "Man"
Citizens’ Campaign To Fix Expo

What Are The Best Strategies For Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions In Transportation?
National Journal

What’s driving our planners - The SCV’s habits and modes of transportation take the wheel for urban planners
Santa Clarita Signal