Transportation Headlines on Paper.li

4/27/2010

Transportation Headlines for Tuesday April 27, 2010

Bay Area Transit Up For Unprecedented Overhaul
San Francisco Chronicle

Burbank To Unveil New Hydrogen Fuel Cell Bus
LAist

Federal Transit Security Inspections: A Once-Every-Three Years Affair
StreetsBlog DC

Good Transportation Planning: It's Not Magic
StreetsBlog LA

How Much Gas Does Your State Use Per Person?
Infrastructurist

How Was The West Won? With Hospitality (A look at the Fred Harvey empire of railroad station restaurants that "civilized the Wild West")
National Public Radio

Merging Transportation And Land Use Planning At The Federal Level
Transport Politic

A National Network Of Bike Trails: It Could Happen
National Public Radio

Opinion: Beauty And The Bridge - L.A.'s Iconic 6th Street Bridge Is Failing And Needs To Be Replaced; Can We Come Up With Something Good?
Los Angeles Times

Parking Initiative Could Cost City Hall Millions
Santa Monica Daily Press

Ridership On New York's Transit System Down, LA's Up
Curbed LA

San Bernardino's "Railroad Days" Celebrates An Era
San Bernardino Sun

Sci-Fi To Reality: Mass Transit In Our Lifetime
CityWatch

Thoughts On A Federal Policy For American Cities (including transportation)
Urbanophile

U.S. DOT Releases Rules For "TIGER II" Grants, Bringing HUD On Board
StreetsBlog DC

Villaraigosa Wants All Parking Meters To Be Credit Card Friendly
LAist

What We Know About Bike Infrastructure: People Want It
U.S. DOT Fast Lane Blog

Why Progressive Transportation Policies Are Good For Gearheads
Wired