Transportation Headlines on Paper.li

12/08/2009

Transportation Headlines for Tuesday December 8, 2009

TheSource.metro.net

EPA Is Preparing To Regulate Emissions in Congress's Stead
Washington Post

Expo Line Project Costs And Delays Are Ballooning: The Rail Line From Downtown L.A. To Culver City Is $220 Million Over Budget And A Year Behind Schedule - Officials Hope To Open Part Of The Route Next Year
Los Angeles Times

Eying Port Of L.A. Security
Daily Breeze

Feds Creating Real-Time Traffic Information Alerts
Washington Examiner

Google Transit your Next Bus Ride
(CalTrans and local agencies study statewide connectivity between transit operators)
Contra Costa Times

High-Speed Rail Proving Ground Proposed In North Las Vegas: Researchers Want Facility To Study, Test Next-Generation Rail Systems
Las Vegas Sun

Metro Board Preview: Route 2 Terminus, Villaraigosa’s Ten Year Plan, Gates For The Gold Line And The Crenshaw Corridor DEIR
LA StreetsBlog

New Buses Bring Silence To The Streets
New York Times

NY And CA: How Did They Spend Transportation Stimulus Money?
DC StreetsBlog

Our Smartest Growing Cities
GOOD

Our View: Freeways, Roadways Prepared For Major Facelifts
Pasadena Star-News

Out Of Gas? Lost? Flat Tire? Who Ya Gonna Call?
San Diego Metropolitan Magazine

Scan And Deliver: Google’s “Favorite Places” In L.A.
LAist

Senate Cuts CA's High Speed Rail Funding, Rally At Union Station Set For Today
LAist

Transit Agencies Need To Invest in Marketing: A Lesson From Los Angeles
The City Fix