Today’s Headlines

  • NYT Blasts Florida Florida Gov. Scott for “Thoughtless” Rejection of Rail Money
  • In Michigan, Meanwhile, a Tea Party-Inspired Governor Happily Accepts Funds (Guardian)
  • Though Mystified by Hipsters, Sec. LaHood Stands Up for Urban Cyclists (HuffPo)
  • What it Means That the Feds Have Doled Out $2 Billion More in Rail Funds (Transport Politic)
  • Busy Week in Washington for Gas Price Grandstanding (Transpo Nation)
  • Panel Puts Truck Crashes in the Spotlight (AP)
  • Can We Get a Little Respect for Buses, Please? (Switchboard)
  • Miami Shows How Not to Run a Transit Agency (Herald)
  • Has Maryland Built an InterCounty Connecter to Nowhere? (Washington Examiner)
  • BusinessWeek Names 50 Ugliest Cars of the Last 50 Years
  • Despite Incremental Improvements, Air Pollution Still Kills (AJC)
  • How New York City Can Make Bike-Sharing Work (Fast Company)

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Tense Day in Court for Florida Rail Advocates (TambaBay.com) Florida Mayors Ask Rick Scott to Reconsider Rejection of HSR Funds (Transpo Nation) With Gas Prices Rising, Now Is Exactly the Wrong Time to Cut Back on Transit (MTR) Krugman: Spending Cuts Threaten the Nascent Economic Recovery (NYT) We Neglect Infrastructure at Our Peril (Politico) Jeff […]

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How MARTA’s Newest CEO Changed Course for the Struggling System (Gov Tech) Students Worldwide Use Their Own Two Feet for Walk to School Day Foxx Ferries Across the Puget Sound, as Washington Seeks Future Funds (Seattle Times) The Strong Towns Message Is Going Nationwide (StarTrib) Light Rail Still on for South Jersey Despite Setback With Feds (NJ.com) Nashville […]

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Highway Trust Fund Set to Go Broke This Month (The Hill) WaPo: House Bill Would Be a Blow for DC Metro How Nashville Can Learn From Salt Lake City’s “Unified Front” on Transit (Tennessean) As SunRail Turns 1, Florida Riders Rate the System (Orlando Sentinel) Virginia Beach Light Rail Vote Far From a Done Deal (Pilot) […]

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Nuclear Crisis in Japan Expected to Increase Oil Prices (WSJ) Will GOP Senators Try to Kill TIGER Grants for Their Own States? (Biz Week) Greens Hope High Prices Will Shake Up Energy Policy (The Hill) Florida Can Still Bid for Lost HSR Funds (NYT, Herald) Can Private Sector Involvement Spark a Rail Resurgence? (Transport Politic) Maryland […]