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Transportation Headlines for Wednesday October 7, 2009

Burbank Bike Master Plan Meeting Last Week-Amazing Stuff!
LA Bicycle Coalition

California wants $4.7 billion in high-speed rail stimulus - Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has applied for more than half the $8 billion allotted for high-speed rail. State officials say California's plan is the most shovel-ready
CS Monitor

Car Is Still King at Alt-Car Expo
LA Streetsblog

Gold Line Check: Three Days In, Opening a Month Away?
Curbed LA

High Speed Rail Money Needs To Go To Smaller Projects Too
The Infrastructurist

Is a Bigger Transportation Bill — This Year — Back on the Table?
LA Streetsblog

L.A. Port Approves EIR For Tourist-Community Waterfront Plan
Cunningham Report

Lower gas prices, economy blamed for drop in Metrolink ridership
Press Enterprise

Metro Tells Motorists Don't Cross Us - Sheriff's deputies and Los Angeles police have been actively patrolling grade crossings
NBC News

More Public Meetings about Public Transit: A Train from Downtown to LAX to the Southbay to Long Beach?

Our future rides on public transportation
USDOT Fast Lane

Public Private Partnerships: Another One Bites The Dust
The Infrastructurist

Rail's 150-Year Wait for Safety - Positive Train Control — technology that adheres to the simple premise that there should only be one train to one track — is still years away from full implementation in the U.S.
Miller McCune