Today’s Headlines

  • What a Difference a Year Makes: No Appetite for Transpo Spending Cuts in House (National Journal)
  • The Chicago Delusion: Why This “Global City” Tanked So Hard (City Journal)
  • “Priority One Is Access to Transit”: The TOD Real Estate Premium (Globe and Mail)
  • Highways Vs. Everything Else, Georgia Edition (AJC)
  • Georgia’s Infrastructure Will Pay Dearly to Save Drivers Under a Penny (Convenience Store News)
  • California and Delaware At the Center of New Federal Initiative Against Distracted Driving (NYT)
  • What’s Behind the Orthodox Jews’ Aversion to Bike Lanes in Brooklyn? (WSJ)
  • The Republicans Were Right: The UN Really Is Trying to Start a Socialist Bike Revolt (Grist)
  • How Sprawl Damages Watersheds (Switchboard)
  • 11 of the Best Documentaries About Cities Streaming on Netflix (Atlantic Cities)

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House GOP Rep Says Long-Term Transpo Funding Is Priority (The Hill) People for Bikes Reaches 1 Million Petition Signatures (Bike Portland) How Have Young People’s Commuting Habits Changed Since 1980? (Next City) Atlanta Streetcar Won’t Open This Weekend as Planned (Atlanta Biz Journal) Tulsa Wants New Passenger Rail to Reach Downtown (Newson6) Apple Works on […]

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Maryland Cheers Plans for Light Rail Funding (AP) Republican Lawmakers Threaten Amp BRT Money in Nashville (Tennessean) Forbes Chats with Mike Bloomberg About Cities and Climate Change Indiana Transit Advocates Hope for Compromise Legislation (Indianapolis Biz Journal) How Can Cities Get Creative to Disincentivize Driving? (Atlantic Cities) … And Is L.A. Actually Ready for That? (Politico […]

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With Shutdown Ridership Decline, D.C. Metro Shifts to Smaller Trains (WaPo, The Hill) Leinberger: It Looks Like Atlanta Sprawl Has Peaked (Atlantic Cities) Delays Persist for Twin Cities Light Rail, But There’s Support for TOD (MPR News, Finance & Commerce) It’s a Go for All Aboard Florida (Orlando Biz Journal, Orlando Sentinel) In Kolkata, India, […]

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Are the Feds Handling DC Metro Oversight the Right Way? (American Prospect) Cities Strive to Take On-Demand Mobility Beyond Uber (Next City) Hawaii Struggles to Complete Its Costly Rail Project (NYT) How Transportation Has Figured Into Baltimore’s Inequalities (Places Journal) LA Times: Transit Maintenance Funding Is Key to Avoid Mistakes of DC and SF Cycling Advocates Across […]

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Wyden Negotiates With GOP on Transportation Funding Patch (The Hill, WSJ) …But Now the Lawmakers Go on Recess (National Journal) New Station to Link Rail to LAX (LA Times) Boston Development Trends Point to Even Greater Walkability (Boston Globe) Electric Bus Test Hits a Speed Bump in Portland (Oregonian) Bay Area Bike-Sharing Shifts Into High Gear […]