Today’s Headlines

  • With Approval Ratings at Their Lowest, Obama Pitches $447 Billion Jobs Plan (Chronicle)
  • Obama’s Jobs Speech Adds More Pressure to Super Committee (WSJ)
  • Super Committee Already Shows Signs of Stress; John Kyl Virtuously Refuses to Compromise (TPM)
  • Obama Should Have Apologized to Rep. DeFazio (OregonLive)
  • Don’t Overestimate the Job-Creation Power of Infrastructure Spending (ABC)
  • As Commuter Pain Increases, Many Cry Out For Public Transportation (InfrastructuristCNET)
  • 5 More Reasons Why Tea Partiers Should Love Bikes (TreeHugger)
  • Bicyclists Have Better Ideas For Zipcar’s Bike-Disparaging Ad (BikePortland)
  • Bogota’s Pioneering BRT System, 10 Years Later (Streetfilms)
  • Twin Cities Population Shifts to Central Core (Finance & Commerce)
  • A College Students Speaks Up For “Safe Routes to Universities” (LA Streetsblog)