Today’s Headlines

  • Active Transportation Advocate Gabrielle Giffords to Resign from Congress (Star Tribune)
  • Where GOP Candidates Fall on Urban Issues (Grist)
  • Urban Planners: Government Is Stifling Cities, But Mayors’ Message Off the Mark  (Forbes)
  • LaHood Still Fighting for the Transportation Bill, Says a Grateful National League of Cities
  • Oberstar: US Should Not Give Up on HSR (WaPo)
  • How to Talk About Making Driving More Expensive (Housing Complex)
  • New PBS Miniseries: Yesterday’s Sprawl Causing Today’s Health Problems (AtlanticCities)
  • Sponsor of Regional Transit Plan for Indiana Considers Waving the White Flag (IBJ)
  • Will MD Governor’s Smart Growth Legacy Move Him Up or Be His Downfall? (Baltimore Sun)
  • Michigan Interfaith Coalition Adds Public Transit to Its List of Priorities (MLive)
  • On-Street Bike Parking: Good for Safety of People Who Drive, Too (TreeHugger)

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Obama Signs Stopgap Transpo Extension, While Scolding Congress (The Hill, AP) Deal Reached to Preserve Chicago-Indy Rail (Chicago Sun-Times) NYT: Move Beyond the Gas Tax With Mileage-Based Fees Chicago Burbs Aim for More Walkable Development (Chicago Trib) How Can the Bay Area Unify Its Disjointed Transit Network? (NYT) NJ Transit Racks Up Big Bills Due […]

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Grist Shares the Details on Seattle’s Mega Transportation “Fustercluck” Senate Approves Rosekind as Highway Safety Chief (AP) Transit Tax Benefit Will Lapse Again in 2015 (Federal News Radio) Franken Not Pleased with Uber’s Response on Privacy (The Hill) Did Cromnibus Mess Up Funding for Twin Cities Light Rail? (Minn Post) The “Slog” of Building D.C.’s Silver […]

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Report: Transportation Planning Isn’t Keeping Up With the Times (Governing) Why Do Most Northeast Travelers Still Choose Driving? (CityLab) Transit Takes Front Seat in Talks on Atlanta’s Future (AJC) Montgomery County, MD, to Start Building BRT on Its Own (WaPo) How Will Low-Income Commuters Deal with Fare Hikes in Denver and Bay Area? (Next City, SF […]

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Does Cantor’s Loss Make Transportation Compromise Even More Remote? (GGW) Officials From Large Urban Counties Press Congress to Fund Transportation (MarketWatch) Will a New Data-Driven, Luxury Bus Service Solve Boston’s Transit Problems? (Gizmodo) Turning One-Way Streets Into Two-Way Streets Improves Everything (Planetizen) Despite Attacks From Cities, Uber May Make the Private Car Obsolete (NYT) Driverless […]