Today’s Headlines

  • Road Builder Group Wants Transpo Plank in Party Platforms (The Hill)
  • LaHood: Bike/Ped Activists Need to Raise a Ruckus to Make States Fund Projects (Transpo Nation)
  • Can We Finally Move on to Talking About a Road User Fee? (National Journal)
  • States Are Thinking About VMT Fees Too (CivSource)
  • Alabama Puzzles Out What the Bill’s Changes Mean For Its Beltline Project (All Alabama)
  • Federal Grant Helps Detroit Take Important First Step Toward Regional Transit System (Michigan Radio)
  • … Just One of $787 Million Worth of Transit State of Good Repair Grants (WaPoFTA)
  • Think the Exurbs Are Dead? Don’t Be So Sure. (Grist)
  • 14 Principles For Building Sustainable Communities (Switchboard)

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Get Ready to Hear More About “ObamaRail” (The Hill) What Would an Infrastructure Bank Look Like? (Miller-McCune) Yet Another Florida Rail Project in Limbo (Transpo Nation) The El Needs an Overhaul (Chicago Reader) San Francisco Transit Riders Paying More for Less (Examiner) Nebraska Pols Clash Over Road Funding (Journal Star) San Antonio Launches Small Bike-Share […]

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Foxx Hits the Road with Bus Tour to Tout Obama’s Transpo Plan (The Hill) The Hill Lays Out Five Possibilities for Transpo Funding U.N. Report: Without Changes, Transpo Emissions Will Double by 2050 (E&E Publishing) $600M in TIGER Grants Now Available (APA Blog) More and More, U.S. Cities Eschew Parking Lots (Bloomberg Biz) California Embraces NACTO Street […]

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Congress Should Extend the Build America Bonds for Infrastructure, Says the Washington Post FTA Could Withhold Further Transit Funding Until NJ Pays Back ARC Money (WSJ) Can Los Angeles Become a Great Transit City? (NYT) Suburbs to Blame For Urban Heat Island Effect (Switchboard) GOP Plan to Block Omnibus Spending Bill Could Kill $2M in […]

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Former DOT Chiefs: Transpo Shortfalls Eroding “American Prosperity” (WaPo) DOT Announces New Funding for State of Good Repair Grants… at 1 Percent of Need (National Journal) Rail Projects Hang in the Balance in Several Close Governors’ Races (NYT) Reduced Demand for Cars Causes Drop in Manufacturing (The Hill) Car Dependence and Sprawl Make It Hard […]