Transportation Headlines for Tuesday September 29, 2009

2009 Mayoral Housing, Transportation and Jobs Summit
SoCal Association of Non-Profit Housing

2010 may be the year of the long-awaited road projects
Victorville Daily Press

Adventures in SoCal Transit: First Edition - OCTA Express Route 721
Simon’s Den

AltCarExpo: The latest in green transportation showcased this weekend
Green LA Girl

Debating Hybrids’ Fast-Lane Privileges
New York Times

Direct Stimulus Spending Hits $100 Billion Milestone

Kunstler: LA Almost Completely Hopeless

Lack of safety features may contribute to pedestrian deaths - A young man killed in Pacoima might not have seen or heard the train. A girl hit and killed in Santa Ana was standing in a dangerous spot
Los Angeles Times

LADOT Stripes Half-Mile of Reseda Bike Lanes
LA Streetsblog

LTCC Struggles with Regional Connector - Metro announces it is seeking federal money for Regional Connector project
Rafu Shimpo

Maglev developers forging ahead regardless of rival project
Las Vegas Sun

MTA seeking public input on Crenshaw transit plan
Daily Breeze

NY M.T.A. Is Easing Its Strict, Sometimes Combative, Approach to Outside Web Developers
New York Times

Proposed Long Beach bus route changes draw mixed reaction
Press Telegram

Riverside County making move to add toll roads
Press Enterprise

Road Project Tests Power of Stimulus - California's Inland Empire -- Hard-Hit by Recession -- Counts on Interstate-Widening Work to Pave Region's Path to Recovery
Wall Street Journal

Software could predict crime on buses
The Transit Wire

Solo hybrid drivers may lose carpool lane privileges - Stickers allowing them in HOV lanes expire Jan. 1, 2011, but only the most economical may get extensions
Los Angeles Times

States Rush to Avoid Losing $9 Billion in Highway Funds
Wall Street Journal

Stimulus takes detour around ailing metropolitan areas
USA Today

Summary of Transportation Stimulus Oversight Findings
Infrastructure Watch

To Track Stimulus, A New Version of Recovery.gov

Transportation Funding at a Standstill, Rescission Looms and Then What?

What’s The Fastest Way To Get Around A Busy City?
The Infrastructurist

Will Anti-Tax Sentiment Stall Reform?
National Journal