Transportation Headlines for Friday April 23, 2010

30/10 Survives The Metro Board Of Directors
StreetsBlog LA

APTA Seeks Public Transportation Security Funding
Progressive Railroading

Board Delays Decision Over Finishing 710 Freeway
Pasadena Star-News

City Hall Explores A Valet Program
Santa Monica Daily Press

Clash Over Metrolink Personality Tests May Be Avoided
Los Angeles Times

Councilman Smith Is Right: L.A. Should Fund Modes Based On Usage
StreetsBlog LA

Culver Boulevard Diagonal Parking Plan Proposed
Curbed LA

Density And Successful Provision Of Public Transit
The Transit Pass

Denver Launches First Large-Scale Citywide Bicycle Sharing Program In The U.S.

Homeowners May Foot Bill For Sidewalk Repairs
Park LaBrea News Beverly Press

L.A.'s First Approved Bike Corral In Highland Park?

Let's Keep A Pork-Free 30/10 Initiative In Los Angeles
Natural Resources Defense Council Switchboard Blog

MTA Endorses Villaraigosa's Ambitious Transit Plan: The So-Called 30-10 Plan Seeks To Reduce Construction Times Up To 20 Years For A Dozen Transit Projects, Including The Westside Subway Extension, That Were Approved When Voters Passed Measure R
Los Angeles Times

MTA To Keep Fare Hikes, Board Upholds Plan But Will Hear Public Comments In May
Los Angeles Daily News

Natural History Museum's North Campus Will Be A Little Bit Of Wilderness In LA
("The transformation of the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County is scheduled to be finished in July 2011, just about the time trains for the under-construction Expo Line start pulling up to the nearby USC and Vermont stops.")
Curbed LA

New Report Tracks Urban Transit Emissions: Where Does Your City Rank?
StreetsBlog DC

Plan For 34th St. Puts Buses And Feet First
New York Times

Ten U.S. Cities In Free Fall: Economic Indicators In These Metros Have Gone From Bad To Worse, With No Sign Of Recovery (Los Angeles - Long Beach - Santa Ana Metropolitan Region: #6)

U.S. DOT Admits Status Quo Untenable, Vows To Cut Transport Emissions
StreetsBlog DC

Week Of Action To Resurrect Transit
Transportation Equity Network

Which Local Streets Should Become Living Streets
StreetsBlog LA