L.A. Bus Lanes, Expo Line Testing, Bikes On Metrolink, High-Speed Rail, 710 Tunnel, Culver City Bikes & More

Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Daily News


Walnut Patch

From One Crisis To The Next: Congress Must Pass A Transportation Bill For All Users
American Society Of Landscape Architects The Dirt Blog

From Sprawling New Jersey, A New Way Forward For State DOTs
StreetsBlog DC

Gov. Brown Vetoes Commuter Benefits Act, Cites Cost Argument
StreetsBlog LA

Associated Content

California High Speed Rail Blog

Ignoring Infrastructure Is Playing With Fire (Guest post from the vice president of Research & Emerging Issues for the National Chamber Foundation, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s nonprofit think tank)

Life Without Left Turns

A Lonelier Ride On The Dodgers Express ("You know the Dodgers are having a tough year when even the free bus service to the stadium is in a slump.")
Zev Yaroslavsky, Los Angeles County Supervisor, Third District

Southern California Public Radio

The City Fix

Los Angeles Times

Report: Finance Committee Has Closed The $12 Billion Gap In Senate Bill ("BNA’s Transportation Watch publication is reporting that the Senate Finance Committee has figured out where the additional $12 billion needed for the Senate transportation bill will come from, and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is clearing the way for the bill to be considered after the August recess.")
StreetsBlog DC

Rethink LA (August 4, 2011 - September 4, 2011 : "RETHINK/LA presents a series of visions based on both the stark environmental realities of the present and the optimistic possibilities for the future.")
Architecture And Design Museum, Los Angeles

Los Angeles Times

Daily Breeze

TRAX Lines Opening A Year Early, 20% Under Budget (Salt Lake City believes it will be the first transit agency in the U.S. to open two new major light-rail lines at the same time. How are they doing it ahead of schedule and under budget?)

America 2050

Transportation Issues Daily

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