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Gold Line Funding, Westwood/UCLA Station, What CicLAvia Might Look Like, Fare Evaders, New SFV COG & More

Advice For Riding Transit At Night Alone
UCLA Be A Green Commuter!

Active Transportation, More Walking And Biking Can Help Us Confront Obesity
Transportation For America

Bikeability And The Twenty-Minute Neighborhood: How Infrastructure And Destinations Influence Bicycle Accessibility
(47p. PDF)
Portland State University Initiative For Bicycle & Pedestrian Innovation

Budget Plans Approved For Metro System With Westwood/UCLA Stop
UCLA Daily Bruin

Charlotte Does Light Rail Right

Facebook Page Allows Airing Of Grievances On Wilshire Bus Lane
Curbed LA
Brentwood Community Council Facebook Page

Freight Index Jumps 9.1 Percent In June
Journal Of Commerce

Gold Line Light Rail Extension Gets More Funding
San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Lesson From Paris: Being Bicycle-Friendly Takes Much More Than Rentals
Blog Downtown

Light Rail For L.A.'s Westside
The City Fix

The National Bicycling And Walking Study: 15-Year Status Report
(24p. PDF)
U.S. DOT Federal Highway Administration Pedestrian And Bicycle Information Center

A New Plan For High-Speed Rail: Require Freight Rail Carriers To Offer Passsenger Service Again
Baltimore Sun

New San Fernando Valley COG Enables Valley "Place"-Making
The Planning Report

Promising Practices And Solutions In Accessible Transportation: Online Conference On Accessible Transportation (August 2-5, 2010)
U.S. Transportation Research Board

Secret Stations And Boyhood Love On The Paris Metro
National Public Radio

Take That, Fare Evaders!
Plus Metro

U.S. Transit Capital Funding: A Big Picture?
Human Transit

Valley Council To Get Started
(San Fernando Valley Council of Governments to hold first meeting today)
Los Angeles Daily News

What CicLAvia Might Look Like: Scenes From "Oaklavia" And Other Car-Free Street Events
Metro Transportation Library Primary Resources Blog

Will HSR Become Just One Of Many Unfinished "Pilot Projects"?
California High Speed Rail Blog