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Transportation Headlines for Thursday November 12, 2009

Ain't No Party Like An Eastside Party
LA Eastside

Bullet Trains For America?: The Obama Administration Has Revived The Dream Of Building High-Speed Rail Lines To Rival Those Of Japan And Europe, But The Tracks Are Littered With Political And Financial Obstacles
Wilson Quarterly

DASH Restructuring - Part 1: East And Northeast L.A.
MetroRider LA

Do Cameras Make Intersections More Dangerous?

DOT Stimulus Spending Nears $5 Billion
Journal Of Commerce

Exclusive: California Transit Association Tackles Trasit Challenges
Metro Magazine

Gold Line Developments Still A Glimmer In Metro’s Eye
LA Curbed

Group Seeks Pedestrian-Friendly Roads

High-Speed Debate: Old-School And New-School Boosters Of High-Speed Rail Duke It Out Over Best Way To Use Stimulus Funds
Mother Nature Network

How To Be A Car-Free Family
Shareable: Life & Art

Is Car Sharing Good For Cities?
Transport Politic

LADOT Values Capacity Over Community On Route 2 Glendale Blvd., Drags Metro Along For The Ride
LA StreetsBlog

A One Of A Kind Line
(Gold Line Eastside Extension architectural preview)
Architect’s Newspaper
Accompanying photos from author’s blog

One-Seat Train Ride From Pasadena To East LA Debuts Sunday
Pasadena Star-News

Opinion: Revolutionary Road (interstate corridors for rail and energy transportation)
New York Times

Our View: MTA Finally Thinking About Valley, Future
San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Parties And More Planned Around Metro Gold Line Extension’s Opening

Planned Interstate 10 Offramp Concerns San Bernardino Residents
Riverside Press-Enterprise

West Coast Ports Band Together To Fight Global Competition
Oregon Live