Today’s Headlines

  • Obama on Sandy’s Aftermath: “Transportation Is Going to Be Tied Up For a Long Time” (The Hill)
  • One-Third of Fed Employees Telework During Sandy — Why Not More Often? (WaPo)
  • Go Ahead And Blame Hurricane Sandy on Climate Change (WaPo)
  • How Sandy Could Impact Freight’s Bottom Line (Fox Business)
  • In a Storm So Powerful the Subway Closes, Dollar Vans Still Open For Business (WSJ)
  • Don’t Be Fooled: This Aerotropolis Development Plan Is Just Disguised Sprawl (Raise the Hammer)
  • Casinos or Schools For Philly’s Broad Street? (Next American City)
  • Houston’s Tortured Transit Economics: A No Vote Is a Yes For Rail (Culture Map)
  • Why Road User Fees Are Like Goose-Plucking, Or, London’s Plan to Toll Annually (Autocar)
  • Twin Cities Businesses Need a Bailout to Survive Light Rail Construction (Pioneer Press)