Transportation Headlines on Paper.li

6/17/2010

Westside Subway, Wilshire Bus Lanes, Road Diets, Downtown Streetcar and more

159 Drivers Ticketed in Pedestrian Crosswalk Sting
LAist

All About a Roundabout
Missouri DOT/YouTube

Auckland's Privatized Transit a Warning for Toronto
Planetizen

California's Costly Electric-Car Push
Wall Street Journal

Clogged Rail Lines Slow India’s Development
New York Times

Downtown L.A. Streetcar Makes Another Move Forward
America’s News Online

Equal Footing Summit
Where the Sidewalk Starts

Federal Study Shows Growth in Walking and Biking
Publicola

Free bus rides with 'Dump the Pump' day
Press Enterprise

In the Public Interest: The Root Cause of Our Oil Addiction
Huffington Post

Los Angeles and Cities for Cycling
Travelin’ Local

Major Public Projects Slated for Downtown Santa Monica (Expo)
Lookout News

New Bike Lanes Hope To Eliminate 'Dooring' Factor
Planetizen

New Group Pushing High-Speed Rail - Design Workshop Coming Next Week
LA Downtown News

New parking structure in works for Santa Fe Depot
San Bernardino Sun

Obama administration doubles transportation funding for bicycling, walking projects
Taragana

Orange County Transportation Authority’s CEO named as a top public works leader
Better Roads

Passage of the State Parks Prop Could Mean Free Parking at Santa Monica Beaches
LAist

Rep. Blumenauer’s Agenda: Climate, Transportation, Livable Neighborhoods
The Planning Report

Road Diets: Making Streets Slim Down Is Good For Pedestrians, Businesses And Even Traffic
Planetizen

Round 2: Sharrows Appear on the “4th Street Bike Boulevard”
Streetsblog LA

Seattle: Don't take our electric trolley buses
Post Intelligencer

Stimulus Bond Program Has Unforeseen Costs
New York Times

Stimulus working, now we need a new authorization bill
Metro Magazine

Tagging Crew Suspected Of Vandalizing Metro Bus After Last Year's Lakers Championship Targeted One Year Later
LA Weekly

Westside Subway Extension on Track
Green SoCal

Wilshire Bus-Only Lanes Move the Environmental Review Stage
Streetsblog LA