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1/11/2010

Transportation Headlines for Monday January 11, 2010

TheSource.metro.net

Bring Income Based Traffic Fines To LA
MetroRider LA

The CityFix Guide To Communication And Mobility At TRB's Annual Meeting
The CityFix

Coming Soon: A Senate Jobs Bill...With A New Approach To Transport?
DC StreetsBlog

A Cyclist By Any Other Name
DC StreetsBlog

Despite Risks, Internet Creeps Onto Car Dashboards
New York Times

Does Transit-Oriented Development Work Even Without Transit?
LA StreetsBlog

Facebook Refuses To Remove Group Promoting Anti-Cyclist Violence
LA StreetsBlog

The Fake Freeway Sign That Became A Real Public Service
GOOD

Follow TRB On Twitter
The Transit Wire

Freeway Will Be Closed For Construction (I-5 in Buena Park)
Orange County Register

Governor Wants To Catch Speeders With Red-Light Cameras To Help Balance Budget
Los Angeles Times

Governor's Proposed Budget Summary: 2010-11
California Department of Finance
(Proposed Budget Detail)
(State Transit Assistance)
(California Transportation Commission)
(Transportation Financing Authority)
(Department of Transportation)

Green Box Biking And Safety: It's All In Our Heads
Treehugger

Metrolink Cuts 10 Trains But Fares Stay Put: Eight Weekend And Two Weekday Routes On The Commuter Rail System's Inland Empire / Orange County Line Will Be Eliminated Starting In February
Los Angeles Times

[New York] M.T.A. To Unveil A Makeover Of Its Web Home
New York Times

Oakland Proposes Bus And Bike Lane Across City
(plan proposes creating what may be California's longest "complete street," with bike lanes, bus lanes, and pedestrian improvements)
San Francisco Chronicle
National Complete Streets Coalition

The Parlor: Santa Monica's Permit Woes
LA Subway Blog

San Francisco Sees A Transit Center Revitalizing Downtown
Wired

Trains Restored On Line, For Now: Airport Officials Had Especially Opposed Plan To Cut Ventura County Routes
Glendale News Press

Ventura County's New Parking Standards: A Guide For Los Angeles?
LA StreetsBlog

Whittier Officials To Lobby For Gold Line Extension
Southern California Public Radio