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10/22/2009

Transportation Headlines for Thursday October 22, 2009

Advocates for high-speed rail lobby for more after $8 billion in stimulus
The Hill

American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy: California Doing the Most
LA Streetsblog

An Open Letter to the Metro Board
LA Subway Blog

City opposes proposed rail tax increase
Beach Reporter

Downtown DASH Testing Website that Offers Live Status, Arrival Times
Blogdowntown

Get federal funding for transit on track - There are several projects that could be left behind because the Metropolitan Transportation Authority is only focusing on two longer-range transit proposals
LA Times

Governor Acts of Assemblyman Eng’s Legislative Package
Mid Valley News

Green Cities California Unveils Best Practices Website
Reuters

Green weekender: Bike plans, subway plans, and Blogger Beach Cleanup!
GreenLAGirl

Guest View: Members agree: Fund local transit projects
Pasadena Star News

Hello, NFL Stadium: Schwarzenegger Expected to Sign Stadium Bill
LAist

It Looks Like A Blog, Reads Like A Blog, Quacks Like A Blog…
MetroRiderLA

Keeping transit on track in L.A. County - Parochialism by members of the area's congressional delegation could derail the Wilshire Boulevard subway
LA Times

L.A. Metro Launches Blog, Local Transit Reporters Contribute
Media Bistro

LAX hikes parking fees at economy lots
LA Times

LAX passenger traffic rises for first time in 18 months
Daily Breeze

Los Angeles Has Big Transit Ambitions, But Which Project Comes First?
Transport Politic

Metro Board Preview: Long Range Transportation Plan, Federal Funding, Measure R and One More Time with AnsaldoBreda
LA Streetsblog

Metropolitan Transportation Authority board asked to narrow alternatives for light-rail line to Whittier
Whittier Daily News

Metro to Update on Eastside Transit Corridor
Mid Valley News

Michael Maltzan's One Santa Fe Is Almost There
CurbedLA

Monterey Park gets bullet train briefing
ABC News

More Journos Hire Out as Bloggers
LA Observed

Now Online: Transit Maps and Plans Dating Back to 1906
LAist

Now's the Time for Our Long Range Transportation Plan
Huffington Post

One Santa Fe Finally Moving
Architects Newspaper

Our View: Metro should heed advice
San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Really? It's Happening? Gov to Sign NFL Stadium Bill Tomorrow
CurbedLA

Regional Connector Caught in the Middle of Political Fight Over Metro's Long-Range Plan
Blogdowntown

Rolling toward a resurgence in train travel - Do new services offer a hint of what’s to come?
MSNBC

Spain's High-Speed Trains Outmuscle Airlines
Business Week

State, county officials back regional MTA funding strategy
Santa Clarita Signal

Supervisors urge MTA to address funding concerns raised by members of l.a. county's congressional delegation
Mayor Sam

Temporary PCH lane closure for bluff project
The Argonaut

Time to (finally) de-guzzle our cars?
LA Times

Transportation in 2: Impact of Bus Reductions
Mile By Mile

Updates from Habib Balian CEO, Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension Construction Authority
Duarte Chamber of Commerce

Welcome to the Blogroll: Steve Hymon, Fred “Camino” and The Source
LA Streetsblog

Workshop offers track to port's freight-rail knowledge
Daily Breeze