Today’s Headlines

  • LaHood asks governors to direct transportation stimulus money to economically struggling areas (WSJ)
  • Still reeling from a fatal crash, D.C. Metro has another problem: Bus and train operators texting while driving (Bloomberg)
  • Boxer takes a big-tent approach as she drafts climate bill (CQ)
  • If Wall Street can profit off of oil speculation, won’t the same thing happen in a carbon cap-and-trade market? Two senators have thought of this (Post-Chronicle)

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Today’s Headlines

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Maryland Governor Larry Hogan Wants to Spend $9 Billion Widening Highways (WBAL) Bucking National Trends, Cycling and Transit Ridership Both Growing in Pittsburgh (BikePGH) A Detroit News Station Asks: Is Ann Arbor Doing Too Much to Protect Pedestrians? (Click on Detroit) U.K. Stiffens Penalties for Cyclists Who Kill Pedestrians: Will Face Up to 14 Years […]

Today’s Headlines

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A Month After Harvey, Texas Tribune Finds Low-Income Houstonians Stranded Without Cars Advocates Are Wary of Boston Mayor Marty Walsh’s Slow Pace on Transportation (CityLab) DC Council Member Wants Review of “Speed Trap” Cams: With Friends Like These… (WaPo, Fox 5) Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez’s Transit Cuts Almost Derail Budget (Miami Herald) Without Federal Funding, […]