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Culver City Expo Station, LA Bridges, I-405 Improvements, Bullet Train, Crumbling Infrastructure, Toll Lanes & More

February 27: This Date In Los Angeles Transportation History (Metro completes installation of compressed natural gas fueling stations)
Metro Transportation Library Primary Resources Blog

Are Highways Crumbling? State And U.S. Highway Performance Trends, 1989-2008 (36p. PDF)
Reason Foundation

Calif. Lawmakers Scrutinize High-Speed Rail Plan
San Francisco Chronicle

Calif. To Consider Increasing Gasoline Taxes
Fox5 San Diego

California Bullet-Train Financing Still Shaky
Sacramento Bee

California High-Speed Rail Construction To Start This Summer
Huffington Post

Culver City Expo Station Parking Lot Paving Begins Today
Culver City Patch

Express Lanes In Southern California Promise Relief And Opportunity For Commuters And Businesses
U.S. DOT Fast Lane Blog

Full Audio From StreetsBlog's Interviews With The Mayoral Candidates
StreetsBlog LA

Here's 139 Years Of LA Transit History In One Awesome Timeline
Curbed LA

Here's Barack Obama's Plan To Fix America's Crumbling Roads And Bridges
Business Insider

How Philadelphia's Transit System Became The Best

I-405 Sepulveda Improvements Project Extended For Another Year
KABC Los Angeles

LA2050 Challenge Invites Los Angelenos To Change The Future Of LA

Mineta Transportation Institute Posts TRB High-Speed Rail Workshop Videos To YouTube
PR Newswire

One Day Soon, L.A. May Be Known For The Beauty Of Its Bridges
The Atlantic: Cities

The Sequester And Transportation
Washington Post

Tolls Could Get I-5 Carpool Lanes Built Faster
Santa Clarita Valley News

The Tunnels Of NYC's East Side Access Project (must-see photos)
The Atlantic

What! Pay More For "Free" Ways?
My Fox LA

When Roller Coasters Replaced Opera In Venice, California
LA as Subject via Los Angeles Magazine

Wooing Suburban Drivers With Cheap Parking: A Losing Strategy For Cities
StreetsBlog Network
Parking Management: An Unlikely Economic Development Tool
State Smart Transportation Initiative

You Can't Fix Traffic. You Are Traffic.
StreetsBlog LA

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