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Transportation Headlines for Wednesday November 4, 2009

Amtrak Plans Wi-Fi Internet Access On Acela Trains

Center For Transportation And The Environment National Broadcast Series: USDOT-HUD-EPA Partnership For Sustainable Communities (November 9, 2009)

Ciao, AnsaldoBreda Contract! (audio)
Southern California Public Radio

CityWatch LA: LA’s DIY Bike Plan

Could Long Beach Sail Ahead?
Fox & Hounds Daily

(Federal Interagency) Coordinating Council On Access And Mobility Announces The United We Ride National Dialogue, November 2-13, 2009
United We Ride

Gold Line Right-Of-Way Becoming New Pedestrian Alleyway
Brigham Yen

How To Create A 21st Century Eastside Rail Network

L.A. MTA To Seek New Car Procurement Bids After AnsaldoBreda Declines Option
Progressive Railroading

Many In U.S. Want Texting At The Wheel To Be Illegal
New York Times

Metro’s Rail Car Deal Is Dead, What About That Manufacturing Land Downtown?
Curbed LA

New York City Subway Dynamic LED Signage
Information Aesthetics

Pico Rivera Kicks Off Grade Separation Project
Whittier Daily News

Rail Deal Is Bet On Obama’s Infrastructure, Climate Policies
Wall Street Journal

Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas: The Future Of Transportation In Los Angeles (audio)
Voices From The Frontlines

Toll Roads Agree To $42 Million Settlement For Penalties
Orange County Register

Unemployment Expected To Rise As Economy Recovers
San Fernando Valley Business Journal

(San Antonio, TX) Via Testing Free Internet On Some Buses
My San Antonio

With AnsaldoBreda’s Exclusive Contract Expired, What Is Next?
LA StreetsBlog