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Transportation Headlines for Friday January 15, 2010

As Bicycle Sharing Plans Develop, LaBonge Would Rather See Bike Stations

Bicycle Sharrows Could Be On L.A. Streets By May

Change In Policy Shift By DOT For New Public Transit Projects Is A Big Victory For the Environment And Economic Development

EPA Chief: We Need To Do More To Reduce VMT
DC StreetsBlog

Flying Bicycle Lane Lets You Soar Above Traffic

Forums To Focus On 710 Tunnel
La Canada Valley Sun

Gold Line Fillmore Station Getting Makeover
Brigham Yen

Harnessing The Web: SAN's eMedia Initiatives Inform Travelers, Connect With The Community (San Diego International Airport's social media and cross-marketing)
Airport Business

High Speed Rail To Cross Taylor Yard
EGP News

LaHood Wants More TIGER Aid In The Congressional Jobs Bill
DC StreetsBlog

Las Vegas Monorail Bankrupt; Ambac Faces Exposure

Less Cars, More Public Spaces
City Parks Blog

Mark Your Calendars: LADOT To Hold Meetings About Bus Service Cuts

Mayor’s “Online Budget Challenge” Forces Players To Pick Privatized Parking
LA StreetsBlog

[New York] MTA Unveils Open Data Policy, Clearing A Path For NYC Transit Apps

New Transit-Funding Rules Make Streetcars More Desirable
Wall Street Journal

Night-Owl Bus Riders Face The End Of The Line
OC Weekly

NTSB To Consider Final Report On Chatsworth Rail Crash
Los Angeles Times

The Rise Of the Megaregion: The Idea Of “Megaregions” Is Getting A Bit Too Much Mega-Hype (although transportation is “one area of public policy where a megaregional approach really does make sense”)

[Washington, D.C.] Metro General Manager John Catoe Jr. To Resign
Washington Post

Way2Go's To Do List: 10 Transportation Wishes For 2010
EDF Way2Go Blog

The Wilshire Subway: Oh, Say, Can You Sea?

Would You Mind Turning That Down? I’m Trying To Ride Public Transit