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Demand-Based "Smart Parking," OCTA Twitter Star, HSR Breaks Ground, Pasadena Rail Meeting & More

$2.8M Earmarked For LCF Sound Walls: Measure R Funds Will Be Used To Design Multiple Segments Along 210 Freeway
La Canada Valley Sun

Bus And Rail Transit Preferential Treatments In Mixed Traffic
(212p. PDF)
U.S. Transit Cooperative Research Program

California Drive-Thru Ban And The "Health In All Policies" Approach
The City Fix

California Sees Income Decline For First Time Since World War II
Huffington Post

Demand Based "Smart Parking": Watch How It Works
Metro Transportation Library Primary Resources Blog

Driving Transportation Policy Through Technological Innovation
(7p. PDF)
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The First High Speed Rail Station Breaks Ground
(“CA got the most HSR funding because you all have your act together” -USDOT Secretary Ray LaHood)
California High Speed Rail Blog
Historic Groundbreaking Of First New High-Speed Rail Station In United Sates
Mass Transit

Foreign Firms See Profits In U.S. High-Speed Rail
Philadelphia Inquirer

Freight-Rail Capacity Expansion Bill Enters Senate
Progressive Railroading

Government 2.0: In Twitter World, OCTA Personality Followed By Nearly 27,000
(OCTA Public Communications Manager Ted Nguyen)
Public CEO

How Much Do You Spend On Transport? New Web App Aims To Show You
Abogo: Transportation Costs Made Transparent

L.A. City Council Considers Plan To Partially Privatize Parking Garages; No One Likes Idea
LA Weekly

LA County Sidewalk Riding: Part 2
LADOT Bike Blog

Long Beach Gets Port-Themed Art While It Waits For Its Skyscraper
Curbed LA

Meeting On Proposed Rail Route Is Set For Thursday Night
Pasadena Star-News

Metro Says Many Of Its Higher-Ups Take Transit To Work
Curbed LA

My Message To The National Infrastructure Forum: Obama Administration Meets Transportation Challenges
U.S. DOT Fast Lane Blog

Rail Freight Bounces In July
Journal Of Commerce

Seattle May Create Transportation Taxing District
Seattle Times

Settlement Terms Released In Train Derailment
Glendale News-Press

Transparent [D.C.] Metro Data Sets Developer Conference (16p. PDF)
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority