Today’s Headlines

  • Rep. Jerrold Nadler Discusses Post-Election Prospects for Transpo Bill (WNYC)
  • A Few Dems Will Determine Fate of EPA’s Efforts to Regulate Carbon (Politico)
  • Climatologists Plan Major Public Relations Offensive to Counter Skeptics (Tribune)
  • Study: U.S. Headed For Obesity Rate of 42 Percent By 2050 (HealthDay)
  • John Mica: No Florida HSR Without Private Sector Buy-In (Tampa Trib)
  • Chicago Metra Riders Face High Levels of Soot (Sacbee)
  • Silicon Valley Start Ups Opting for Downtown Offices (WSJ)
  • Will Congress Support Car-Sharing? (AltTransport)
  • Is It Time for a New Breed of Environmentalism? (Atlantic)

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House Cuts to Transit Are Slightly Less Devastating Than Trump’s Cuts to Transit (Next City) Seattle Issuing Fewer Jaywalking Tickets, But Still Disproportionately Targeting Black People (Seattle Times) It’s Not Just Colorado: Now That It’s Law in Oregon, Look for Bike Tax to Spread to More States (WaPo) WMATA’s Drastic Service Cuts, Fare Hikes for […]