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9/08/2009

Transportation Headlines for Tuesday September 8, 2009

Archiving Angeles (AA): Papa’s Got a Brand New Bus
LA Metblogs

Bike Path Cleanup, New Parking Meter Attendents, and LADOT’s Organization: The Rest of Next Week’s Transportation Committee Agenda
LA Streetsblog

CARB announces $45 million grant program for port trucks
Land Line

Crenshaw Line's Battle Plans Presented for Measure R Fund
The Bus Bench

El Segundo Blvd. lanes to be closed for Green Line Station work
Daily Breeze

Freeloaders, Beware: L.A. Now Has Subway Turnstiles
New American City

Freeway 'smart lanes' on the way in L.A. Sensors make roads more intelligent than many of the drivers
Oh My Gov!

Gold Line Lake Ave. Station Upgrade Continues
Pasadena Real Estate

High Desert Corridor JPA
San Bernardino County

Intercity Trains: How Good Do Connections Need to Be?
LA Streetsblog

Is Foothill Boulevard LA’s most perilous street?
Atwater Village Newbie

L.A. has worst traffic congestion in U.S.
Los Angeles Business

LaHood on Transport: ‘We Don’t Want to Pit One Mode … Against Another’
LA StreetsBlog

L.A. Metro launches fall TV show
Metro Magazine

LB Transit Now On Google
LB Post

Long Beach lures Tesla to Boeing site with state enterprise zone
Press Telegram

Long Beach Transit available on Google Transit
Metro Magazine

Los Angeles MTA and CALSTART Team on Folding Bike Program
CALSTART

Metrolink opens crew negotiations
Valley News

Metrolink struggles with reforms - A year after the fatal crash in Chatsworth, safety improvements are growing costlier and more complicated
Los Angeles Times

New Parking Meter Rates
City Watch

Omnitrans fares going up Tuesday
Press Enterprise

Our View: In the dark over 710 tunnel
San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Palmdale HSR Airport Station
California High Speed Rail Blog

Paul Weyrich’s Soft Spot for Public Transit - The late conservative leader debunks the free-market case against transit
Governing

Pico staffer takes train from San Diego every day
Whittier Daily News

Rail system's future is riding on better safety - Passenger protection has been chief concern since the wreck
Ventura County Star

Redondo Beach approves plans for new transit center
Daily Breeze

Sunday solutions: Electric bicycles in Los Angeles
Green LA Girl

Survey: Toll lane revenue favored to fund road repairs
Press Enterprise

Washington State GIS Transportation Repository Takes Long Road
GovTech

When Bus Drivers Stopped Giving Change
New York Times

While bus transit is ransacked, OCTA begins plans to widen the 12-lane 405 freeway
TransitRiderOC

Will the Subway Get to the Sea? And Other Musings on Moving LA
City Watch

Will Wilshire Ever Be Traversable?
Curbed LA