Transportation Headlines on Paper.li

5/21/2010

Women In Transportation, HSR To Phoenix, L.A.'s 1954 Underground Bus Proposal & More

The 1954 Plan For Los Angeles' Underground Bus Network (Yes, Underground!)
Metro Transportation Library Primary Resources Blog

APHA Tallies "Hidden Health Costs" Of Transportation Status Quo
StreetsBlog LA
Full-Text: The Hidden Health Costs Of Transportation (12p. PDF)
APHA

Baldwin Park, Home Of First In-N-Out Burger, Considers Moratorium On Drive-Through Business
San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Bus Riders Protest Transit Fare Hikes
Los Angeles Times

Commercial Property Owners May Be Asked To Pay For Part Of Streetcar Costs
Washington Post

Confronting Words From U.S. Transit Administrator
Human Transit

Did Metro Forget To Tell Their Drivers It's Bike To Work Day?
LAist

DOT And Women's Transportation Seminar Partnering To Seize, Create Opportunities
U.S. DOT Fast Lane Blog

Gone But Not Forgotten: The Embarcadero Freeway
San Francisco Chronicle

High-Speed Rail Authority Pushes For Money For San Diego, Sacramento Lines
Curbed LA

Is The Senate Transportation Committee "Adversarial" To HSR?
California High Speed Rail Blog

It Tolls For Thee: Flexibility On Highway Funding Would Make All The Difference
The Economist

Making Cycling Easier: Utrecht And The U.S.
Environmental Defense Fund Way 2 Go Blog

The Man Who Reivented The City (30th anniversary of New Urbanism)
The Atlantic

Metro Approves FY 2011 Budget: Fare Hikes, Ridership Loss And Union Contracts All Discussed
StreetsBlog LA

Our View: Cars And Bikes On The Blacktop
Pasadena Star-News

Push Begins For LA-Vegas-Phoenix Rail
(Yet another HSR proposal from a different group, extending to Phoenix)
Phoenix Business Journal

Redevelopment Agencies Ponder Next Move After $2 Billion Raid
California Planning & Development Report

San Clemente OKs Bike-Rental Experiment
Orange County Register

Several Steps Closer To Subway To Sea Or Westwood
UCLA Be A Green Commuter!

Walking In L.A.: Los Angeles Plays Itself
(Part 3 in a series focuses largely on Culver City)
GOOD