Today’s Headlines

  • More on Obama’s Push for Infrastructure Investment (WaPo, The Hill, NYT)
  • Will Transportation Anchor a Bipartisan Agenda in 2011? (Politico)
  • New Jersey’s Gov. May Blink on Tunnel Funding Standoff (Bloomberg, NJ.com)
  • Shipping by Rail, Not Trucks, Could Mean Big Savings for Farmers (AP)
  • In 2009, Americans Cut Back on Transportation Spending (Transpo Nation, Good)
  • Walkable Suburbs Thriving, While Car-Dependent Burbs Languish (WSJ)
  • Good Year for Amtrak: Rail Beats Planes for Customers on the Northeast Corridor (Examiner)
  • Federal Employees Encouraged to Telework, Especially as Jobs Move to Drivable Suburbs (WaPo)
  • Truckers Say They’d End Up Paying an Extra $1,200 a Year Under Proposed New Tax (Land Line)
  • Nearly 100,000 Cyclists and Peds Flood L.A. Streets for First CicLAvia, Including Mayor (Streetsblog LA)
  • Car-Centric Houston Suburb Turns Its Thoughts to Pedestrians (KUHF)