Transportation Headlines on Paper.li

11/30/2009

Transportation Headlines for Monday November 30, 2009

TheSource.metro.net

AC Transit's Extensive Service Reduction Planning Process Yields Great Results
A Better Oakland

Architect Calls For Design Contest For High-Speed Rail
Palo Alto Online News

Bike Lanes Slated For Foothill
Glendale News Press

Bus Rapid Transit: Some Questions To Ask
Human Transit


The Cable Car Took Us There
(historic Cape Horn Cable Car Viaduct, Lincoln Heights, 1890s)
Highland Park Blog

China Enters The Carpool Lane
Wired

County In Better Shape Than State, Zev Says
The Acorn

The Deadliest Roads Are Rural
National Public Radio

Doomsday Looming For Many Truckers At Los Angeles And Long Beach Ports: Clean-Air Guidelines Banning Older Rigs And Those Without Diesel Particulate Filters Take Effect Jan. 1 - Many Drivers Say The Changes Are Just Too Costly
Los Angeles Times

The Expo Line Should Connect, Not Conquer, Neighbors
CityWatch

Gasoline Fumes May Fuel Road Rage
Wired

Gold Line Lake Ave Station Construction Update
Brigham Yen

High-Speed Rail Authority Eyeing San Gabriel Valley Cities For A Station
San Gabriel Valley Tribune

How To Make Trucks Safer On Highways
National Public Radio

"Insecurity Cameras" To Track All Of Town's Traffic
(Tiburon, Calif.)
National Public Radio

L.A., Long Beach Ports' Feud Resurfaces
Los Angeles Times

Major Health Benefits Seen From Reduction Of Greenhouse Gases
WorldChanging

New Chief, New Relationship With Cyclists?: LAPD Creates Bicycling Working Group
LA StreetsBlog

New Los Angeles Metro Line For Foodies
Times (London)

New Report: Road Funding From Non-Road Users Doubled In 25 Years
DC StreetsBlog

Nobody Walks In L.A.? Not If cicLAvia Has Its Way: The Coalition Wants To Make Sundays Virtually Car-Free, Transforming The City's Streets Into Giant Bike Lanes - A Neighborhood Test Run Is Planned For Next Spring
Los Angeles Times

On Two Wheels, The Road Looks Different
National Public Radio

Personal Rapid Transit: Future Or Elevated Fantasy?
National Public Radio

Problems With A Front-Loaded Infrastructure Package
Transport Politic

Rail Yard Looks Like A Possibility
Santa Monica Daily Press

Railroad Crossing Safety Call
Glendale News Press

Roads Closed Due To Station Fire To Reopen Monday Morning
LAist

Sex And The SUV: Men, Women, And Travel Behavior
New York Times

Signal Fading On Radio Traffic Reports
Southern California Public Radio

Supporters Celebrate Metro Gold Line
Citrus College Clarion Online

These Traffic Reporters Do Their Work On The Fly
(history of Los Angeles helicopter traffic reporting)
Los Angeles Times

Why You're Not The Great Driver You Think You Are
National Public Radio