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Transportation Headlines for Monday November 9, 2009

Despite Its Woes, California's Dream Still Lives

Does Traffic Get Worse After The End Of Daylight Savings Time?

Funding California’s Massive Transportation Needs In The Future
Commonwealth Club

Getting Bullet Train, Gold Line On Track
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

The Golden Age, Part II: Light Rail Connecting Downtown With East L.A. Opens This Week
Downtown News

Graceful Interchanges, Now Doubling As Civic Sculpture
New York Times

It Took A “Pueblo” To Build Eastside Gold Line
EGP News

It’s Called Planning

LA Kids Tell City Hall How To Improve Biking – Via YouTube
SF StreetsBlog

Little Tokyo Community Council Opposes Regional Connector Build Alternatives
Rafu Shimpo

Mega Project Prepares Mega Expansion
Downtown News

Metrolink Officials Consider Rate Hike To Counter Revenue Shortfall: The Five-County Rail Agency's Board Is Scheduled To Decide This Week Whether To Increase Fares By As Much As 6%
Los Angeles Times’s Redesign Has Inspired An Upcoming LASubwayBlog Redesign
LA Subway Blog

Moss: SCI-Arc Staying Put
Architects Newspaper

New L.A. Marathon Route Unveiled
Los Angeles Times

Photographer Detained For Taking Photos Of The LA Subway System
LA Metblogs

Port Of LA Reports Reduction In Diesel Pollutants
Daily Breeze

San Francisco: Sometimes Cuts Are An Improvement
Human Transit

The Ultimate Transportation Antiplanning Book (driverless cars)

Update On “Eastside Safety Ride” Next Friday
LA StreetsBlog

Walnut Moving Closer To Connecting Meadow Pass Road
Pasadena Star-News