Monthly Archives: April 2012

SAN BERNARDINO: Express trains popular, but expensive

Express trains that trim the travel time to downtown Los Angeles from San Bernardino are attracting many rail riders, leading Inland officials to ask for more of the limited-stop lines.But as officials urge Metrolink to expand express offerings, they are … Continue reading

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INLAND: Driving drop for young adults increases cycling

At the corner of Magnolia Street and Terracina Drive, just off the Riverside Community College campus, empty spots on the front bicycle racks of Riverside Transit Agency buses are becoming a hot commodity. On a recent day, students snagged the … Continue reading

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SAN BERNARDINO: Big shift coming for I-215 drivers

Aaron Steffans has grown accustomed to driving a changed Interstate 215 on his twice-weekly trips from Adelanto in the High Desert down into the San Bernardino Valley. Construction clutter from widening the freeway for the past five years has meant … Continue reading

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RIVERSIDE: Perris Valley Line dispute headed for trial

A dispute by a Riverside environmental group and transportation planners appears headed for the courtroom, potentially delaying a long-sought extension of Metrolink service to Perris. In a statement, the Riverside County Transportation Commission said Thursday that negotiations between the agency … Continue reading

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TRANSPORTATION: Improvements could hit harder on drivers’ pockets

Faced with a half-trillion dollars in Southern California transportation needs through 2035, officials Thursday called for higher gas taxes or a shift to a fee drivers would pay based on how far they drive. “Without investment, our plans are just … Continue reading

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RIVERSIDE: Highway 91 work heating up soon

Those hoping for a break from construction along Highway 91 in Riverside are going to have to wait a few years. Commuters are going to face closed bridges and blocked entrance and exit ramps soon as work begins in earnest … Continue reading

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