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Today’s Headlines

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Transportation for America on Trump Transit Cuts: “This Is Not a Big City Thing” (Next City) Atlanta Transit Could Lose Out on $3 Billion If Trump Cuts New Starts and TIGER (AJC) Self-Driving Buses: Cool, But Not Yet Cheap (or Tested) Enough to Be a Real Solution (Eno) When It Comes to Access to Transit, Poorer Parts […]

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Mica Fends Off Adams in Florida (AP, Roll Call) Lessons for Atlanta: How to Pass a Transpo Referendum (Atlantic Cities) LaHood, Local Leaders Demand Reform for Board in Charge of Dulles Rail (WaPo, The Hill) Boston Globe: The T Scares Off Contractors MARTA Continues With Rail Expansion, Despite T-SPLOST Defeat (Progressive Railroading) West Palm Beach […]

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Four Examples of Why Federal Money Is Bad for U.S. Transportation (Next City) How Will North Carolina Navigate the Politics of its Transit Future? (E&E Publishing) Just Launched: The North American Bikeshare Association (Mobility Lab) Feds to Negotiate on Failed Alaska Ferry (Alaska Journal) Dallas Plays Catch-Up with Demand for Urban Living (D Mag) Jacksonville […]

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How Can Expensive Cities Become Affordable Again? (WaPo) Amtrak Test Run Briefly Restores Service Between From New Orleans to Florida (Next City) Memphis Transit Agency on “the Brink of Collapse” (Commercial Appeal) Electric Bus Corridor Key to Providence’s Smart City Aspirations (Providence Journal) Will California Drive Out the Driverless Car? (Auto News) Raleigh’s Transit Hub Poised […]

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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 […]

Local Ballot Results: The Good, the Bad, and the Highway Money Grabs

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While last night’s election is looking like decisively bad news for transit in the Senate and in several statehouses, the results from local ballot initiatives are a little brighter. Here are the highlights that have Streetsblog Network members buzzing, as well as results from other referendums around the country. Seattle Seattle voters approved a ballot […]