Today’s Headlines

  • Walkable Neighborhoods Shouldn’t Be Reserved For Top Earners (Good)
  • State-Local Power Struggles as Intense as Ever (AtlanticCities)
  • Oregon Report Proposes Bicycle User Fee to Generate Revenue for Transpo (BikePortland)
  • After 100 Years in Erie, GE Transportation Will Move Headquarters to Chicago (Tribune)
  • Transit Cuts Hit Poor, Elderly Riders Hardest in Upstate New York (Next American City)
  • WashCycle Pokes Holes in The Washington Times’ Off-the-Mark Bikeshare Critique
  • Smart Growth for Conservatives, by a Conservative for Smart Growth (Bacon’s Rebellion)
  • In Alabama, Passenger Rail Feasibility Study Rolls On (Advertiser)
  • Sacramento Embarks on 3-Week On-Street Bike Parking Experiment (Bee)

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PAC Attack: Shuster Sees Primary Challenge (Politico) Embracing TOD in Atlanta, Portland, Charlotte and Phoenix (Progressive Railroading) Why Are Trains Fatter, Slower and More Expensive for the U.S.? (NY Observer)  Slate: Let’s Stop It With the Parking Mandates Share Your City Cycling Wisdom With the NYT  Podcast: Smart Growth for Conservatives (with Bacon’s Rebellion) Model Smart […]

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Senate Committee Restores Tax Break for Transit Commuters (The Hill, Gov Exec) Providence, RI, Keeps Trying for Streetcar (Railway Age) Bike-Share to Hit Seattle This Summer (Seattle Times) Latin America’s Urbanization Needs Innovative Thinking (UK Guardian) With New Transpo Funds in Hand, Pennsylvania Finalizes Projects (AP) After 43 Years, Amtrak Returns to St. Paul’s Union […]