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9/23/2009

Transportation Headlines for Wednesday September 23, 2009

Alerts across USA intensify in terror probe
USA Today

America's Cleanest Commutes
Forbes

Another Study Confirms Los Angeles Is Most Congested City In America
Horizon Watching

BART tests on-demand text messaging
The Transit Wire

Bloomberg and Dems Blast Congressional Plan to Let Guns on Amtrak
Streetsblog

Business Lobby to Senate: No, Stimulus Won’t Do Enough for Transport
Streetsblog

Census profiles for Pink Line MOS-4 stations
MetroRiderLA

Council Approves Moving Forward With Wilshire Bus Lanes
LA Streetsblog

Higher bus costs for some proposed
Press Enterprise

How to Sound Like an Expert on All Things Gold Line Foothill Extension
I Will Ride

Lawmakers Encourage Governor To Sign Bill Ending 50 Year Battle Between the North and South over 710 Freeway
Mayo Communications

Leftovers from City Hall: El Monte Transit Village proposal falling further from reality
LamarLedger

Logistics and transportation news: Forecast calls for another slow peak season - LM reader survey cites slack demand, low consumer spending as drivers for fourth straight decline in peak season shipping
Logistics Management

March 2010 Proposed OCTA Bus Service Reduction Details
Pacific Progressive

Mass Transit Announces its Top 40 Under 40 List
Reuters

Mt. Washington mobilizes against a freeway tunnel
Eastside Citizen

New research report evaluates smart video
Transit Wire

Pasadena, South Pasadena back bill to eliminate 710 surface route
Pasadena Star News

Pricing Road Use to Address Congestion
TR News July-August 2009

Quick Study: Unlocking Gridlock - With the economy stuck in low gear, congestion has actually improved a bit lately. But, experts warn, the lull won't last
Readers Digest

Randy O’Toole: Problems with Long-Range Urban Planning
Daily Uprising

Report: 10 Percent Transit Growth Would Help Meet House Climate Target
Streetsblog

Securing the Financial Health of New High-Speed Projects
Transport Politic

States to Lose $8.7 Billion in Highway Funds
Journal of Commerce

To Inland truckers, still feels like recession
Press Enterprise

Transit systems warned to watch for terrorists
AP

A Transportation Vision
Huffington Post

Two Inland counties suing state over redevelopment funds
Press Enterprise

Web 2.0 and the challenges to accessibility
The Transit Wire

Worst freeways in Southern California? Planners have a fix-it list
Los Angeles Times