Today’s Headlines

  • No Budget Deal After White House Summit With Congressional Leaders (WaPo, The Hill)
  • Poll: Traders Expect Oil Prices to Continue Climbing (Reuters)
  • Higher Gas Prices Could Be a Bigger Political Hurdle for Obama Than High Unemployment (LAT)
  • Air Traffic, Amtrak Would Operate During Shutdown (AP, USA Today)
  • Senate Pushes Back GOP Attempt to Gut EPA Climate Regulations (Politico)
  • 24 States Including Wisconsin Line Up for Florida’s HSR Money (Infrastructurist, Fast Lane)
  • ATU Leader at TEN Conference: Obama No Different Than Bush for Transit Riders (Transpo Nation)
  • Must See Growth Maps Illustrate Sprawl (Data Pointed)
  • The Demographics of Cycling Aren’t Much Different Than the Demographics of America (Grist)
  • Transit-Access Attracts Developer-Led Rebuilding of Downtown Quincy, MA (NYT)
  • Maryland Passing Up a Golden Opportunity for TOD and Walkability (Baltimore Sun)
  • Bike Data Wonk? Read This Study (Daily Sightline)