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9/16/2009

Transportation Headlines for Wedneday September 16, 2009

9 Fascinating and Futuristic Bus Stops
The Infrastructurist

60 Freeway closures planned for construction
San Gabriel Valley Tribune

2009 Transportation Policy and Finance Summit
Transportation Research Board

Anderson Forecast: Unemployment could hit 12.2 percent by Dec. 31
Daily News

Bill to ban 710 above-ground freeway option to go to governor
Pasadena Star News

California's jobs picture will be grim for years, two forecasts say
Sacramento Bee

Census profiles for Purple Line MOS-3 stations
MetroRiderLA

Construction lags on LA-Culver City Expo Line
Daily News

Cost Concerns Could Shorten L.A.’s Crenshaw Corridor… Or Turn Planners to Rapid Buses
Transport Politic

El Monte Transit Village could lose additional $2.5 million because of fraud investigation
San Gabriel Valley Tribune

El Monte Transit Village fraud investigation turned over to DA
San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Firms get look at Gold Line possibilities
Pasadena Star News

I-215 road upgrade has $128 million booster shot of stimulus funds
Press Enteprise

Japan launches campaign against groping on trains - Japanese police are clamping down on web sites that offer tips on how to grope women on trains without getting caught
Telegraph UK

L.A. MTA seeks public feedback on Crenshaw Corridor plan
Progressive Railroading

L.A. waits for its opening(s)
MetroRiderLA

Methodologies to Estimate the Economic Impacts of Disruptions to the Goods Movement System
Transportation Research Board

More on McCain’s Anti-Transit and Coburn’s Anti-Bike Amendments
Streetsblog

New ‘Zipcar’ May Take Eight Cars Off the Road
LA Downtown News

Ports keep struggling
LA Observed

Procedures Guide for Right-of-Way Cost Estimation and Cost Management
Transportation Research Board

Take Action: Senators want to slash transit funding
Transportation For America

Top 100 Urban Thinkers
Planetizen

West Covina to consider park-and-ride project
San Gabriel Valley Tribune

West Hollywood residents complain of speeding cars on city streets
Los Angeles Times