Transportation Headlines on Paper.li

6/02/2010

Emergency Operating Aid For Transit?, L.A. Traffic: The Data Driven City, National Intelligent Transportation Vision, Industrial Arts District & More

AFL-CIO Flexing Its Muscle For Senate Transit Operating Aid Bill
StreetsBlog DC

CHSRA's Backup Funding Plans Show Need To Win Federal Funding
California High Speed Rail Blog

City Hall's One-Time Neighbor
Blog Downtown

Dinky Or Bus? A Town Is Torn
(The Princeton Dinky Line, the nation's shortest regularly scheduled commuter route, is threatened with closure and replacement with bus service. It has operated since May, 1865)
New York Times

Dozens Of Bicyclists Ride To USDOT Friday To Tell Secretary LaHood "Thanks"
Transportation For America

Envisioning The Industrial Arts District: City Officials Ponder Recommendations For Transforming The "Cleantech Corridor"
Los Angeles Downtown News

Extreme Makeover: Reinventing The Parking Lot
Time

Golden Gate Bridge To Charge Carpoolers $3 Toll (carpoolers lose free ride on all Bay Area bridges)
San Francisco Chronicle

How To Ride Transit To UCLA & A Call For Reviews
UCLA Be A Green Commuter!
Guide To Public Transit At UCLA
UCLA Public Transit Main Page

Increasing The Number Of Freeway Lanes Is Not A Cost Effective Way To Reduce Traffic Congestion
Bike San Diego

Is Cycling's Critical Mass In Critical Condition?
Treehugger

Keeping Tracks: Another Railway Company Unveils Plans For Train Routes From LV
Las Vegas Business Press

Kids Lose Safe Ride Home With DASH Cuts
USC Annenberg Neon Tommy

King Of The Road (interview with John Fisher, head of transportation engineering at LADOT)
The Atlantic

M.T.A.'s Budget Ills Are Worse Than Accounts Of Spitting
New York Times

Musings On Trends And Challenges Of Increased Traffic Use
StreetsBlog LA

National Intelligent Transportation Vision Begins To Take Shape
(Bay Area Metropolitan Transportation Commission intends to use wireless technology developed through the USDOT's IntelliDrive project to automatically detect how many passengers are in a vehicle, give drivers estimated commute times, and calculate and charge toll fees)
Government Technology

Regional Transportation Authorities Are Not Necessarily The Solution To The Urban-Suburban Divide
Transport Politic

Route 66 Hearings To Begin
Los Angeles Times

Should Mass Transit Get $2 Billion In Emergency Operating Aid?
National Journal Transportation Blog

Tech Tries To Solve SF Parking
San Francisco Chronicle

Walking In L.A.: The Data Driven City
(part 7 in a series, focusing on ATSAC, Los Angeles' Automated Traffic Surveillance And Control Center)
GOOD

White House To Tie Together Mapping And Data Sites
NextGov

Younger People Driving Less, Auto Industry Getting Nervous
StreetsBlog Network