Beverly Hills Tunnel Opposition, El Monte Bus History, Downtown L.A. Stadium?, Hollywood & Vine Bike Hub, Green Transpo Experiments & More

AEG Lays Out Plan To Bring Back Football: Staples Center And LA Live Owner Also Would Upgrade Convention Center
Los Angeles Daily News

Arlington, Home Of The [Texas] Rangers, Largest City In U.S. Without Public Transit
SF Weekly

BART Trains Recycle Brake Energy
Oakland Tribune

Beverly Hills Could Be Obstacle In Subway Extension: City Leaders Voice Concerns Over Risks Of Tunneling Through Oil Fields And Areas Of Methane Gas On Route That Would Go Beneath High School, Which Houses Emergency Shelter
Los Angeles Times

Beverly Hills Schools Hires Subway Lawyer

Can Cities Help You Forget Your Troubles, C'mon Get Happy?
PlaceShakers And NewsMakers

Could Restructuing The Gas Tax Fund The Transportation Bill?
StreetsBlog Network

Does Right-Of-Way Make It The Right Way To Go?: "NIMBY!" Says Ruxton Neighborhood Residents When It Comes To The South Bay Metro Green Line Extension
Redondo Beach Patch

El Monte Station: Past, Present And Future
More Than Red Cars

Ever The Slick Salesman, Antonio Villaraigosa Turned To Twitter To Combat Opponents Of Subway To Sea
LA Weekly

Foothill Transit Granted $10M For New Energy-Efficient Buses
Whittier Daily News

Green Transportation Experiments Get Go-Ahead
("Seventeen innovative Bay Area transportation projects that aim to combat climate change - ranging from electric taxis and mobile bicycle repair shops to pavement recycling and dynamic ridesharing - will soon get the chance to show their stuff.")
San Francisco Chronicle

High-Speed Rail Leaders Receive Consulting Fees From Firms With Financial Interests In Project: Rail Board Chairman And Anaheim Mayor Curt Pringle Has Been An Advisor To A Major Construction Supplier. Fellow Board Member Richard Katz Also Worked As A Consultant And For Several Years Has Advised Walt Disney Co., A Major Backer Of The Project
Los Angeles Times

Hubba Hubba: Checking Out The Hollywood And Vine Bike Hub
Curbed LA

L.A. Transit Spends $5 Billion To Decrease Ridership

Map: What's Next For The Westside Subway?

Opinion: Calif. Rail Project Is High-Speed Pork
Washington Post

Opinion: High-Speed Rail Folly: Feds Ignore Own Rules
San Diego Union-Tribune

Paving Work Continues To Slow Traffic On The 10 Freeway
Pasadena Star-News

Planned Closures Announced For 60 Freeway
Pasadena Star-News

Recovery In Building Is Forecast In 2011
Wall Street Journal

School Buses Test Fingerprint Scan
USA Today

Separating Cyclists From Air Pollution
StreetsBlog Network

TOD, Gentrification, TreeHugger And Why Environmental Justice Advocates Get Annoyed With So-Called Environmentalists
Sustainable Cities And Transport

Transportation Spending Is Big Election-Day Politics

Video: A Brief History Of The School Bus
(" Why are school buses yellow? How many miles to the gallon does the average school bus get? And how many miles does the average school bus travel?")

What's The Latest With Public Transit Connecting The Valley To The Westside?