Wednesday, August 25, 2004

Light Rail News, 25 Aug 2004

Name that light rail station (Seattle Post-Intelligencer) - King County Councilman Dwight Pelz, who chairs the Sound Transit committee overseeing construction of the 14-mile light rail line, urged the agency to open up the process and ask communities along the line what names they'd like to see on the stations.

Editorial: Too many cooks spoil light rail recipe (The Virginian Pilot) - Virginia Beach and Norfolk, longtime rivals that they are, can’t seem to make regional cooperation work -- even when they try hard. A case in point is the current impasse over the purchase of Norfolk Southern’s freight line for use as light rail.

PUC judge to hear light-rail complaints (Pasadena Star-News) - A state Public Utilities Commission judge, who for two years has weighed legal arguments about Gold Line noise, will gain firsthand exposure to local complaints today.


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