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3/30/2010

Transportation Headlines for Tuesday March 30, 2010

The 11 Mobile Apps You Need To Get Around Any City
Infrastructurist

Bike Corrals For The City Of Los Angeles
StreetsBlog LA

Bus Riders See Inequities In Proposed [D.C.] Metro Fare Increases
Washington Post

China Express Train Forces Airlines To Stop Flights
Reuters

Could D.C. Become Transit’s New Civil Rights Battleground?
StreetsBlog DC

Crenshaw Line Update Comes With Blocks And Play-Doh
Curbed LA

Cubic Smart Card System In San Diego County Gaining Momentum: Expanded Sales, Distribution Channels Available For Compass Cardholders
CNN

Denver 2022: Bid For The Games In Order To Win A $20 Billion Mountain Rail System
Colorado Independent

DesertXpress On Track To Break Ground This Year
California High Speed Rail Blog

“A Dozen Or So” Senators Delay Passage Of Oberstar’s Highway Funding Fix
StreetsBlog DC

Dreams Of El Monte Transit Village Inches Toward Reality
Pasadena Star-News

Forty Years Later, An Empty Pit Remains Across The Street From City Hall
Franklin Avenue

How To Cut Freight Pollution Part II: Prioritize Federal Spending To Support Innovation
Environmental Defense Fund Way2Go Blog

Illusions Of Travel Time In Transit Promotion
Human Transit

In Burbank, A Road Diet Appears On Verdugo Avenue
StreetsBlog LA

Metro And OCTA Call On CHSRA To Study Track Sharing For LA-Anaheim Segment
California High Speed Rail Blog

New Poll: Support For Transit Expansion Transcends Rural-Urban Divide
StreetsBlog DC

Our View: Continue Gold Line's Formula For Success
Pasadena Star-News

Politicians Ask, And The [New York] M.T.A. Jots It Down
New York Times

Streetcars Vs. Light Rail: Is There A Difference?
Human Transit

Successful Transit Oriented Development Requires Successful, Valued Transit
Rebuilding Place In The Urban Space

Transit Systems Reinforce Security Measures
Wall Street Journal

Transportation Infrastructure: How To Improve The “Transeconomy?” Invest In Infrastructure Now!
Logistics Management

Yale Directing Parking Students To Transit (Anyone who pays to park on campus and who lives within a quarter-mile radius of a Yale Shuttle or transit stop, or within two miles of a train station, will receive an e-mail outlining, in very specific and personalized terms, transit options)
Metro Magazine

You're Welcome, Mr. Antonovich, For The Foothill Gold Line
CityWatch