Today’s Headlines

  • Amtrak Resumes Some Northeast Service (AP, Reuters)
  • New Jersey Transit Suspended Until Further Notice (APTranspo Nation)
  • NYC Sees “Small Sign of Normalcy”: People Waiting at Bus Stops (APThe Hill)
  • LaHood “Quick Releases” $13M to New York and Rhode Island (Trucking Info)
  • Philly Defends Transit Shutdown In Light of Mild Impact from Sandy (Inquirer)
  • Transportation Issues in the Presidential Race: A Guide From the Council of State Governments
  • The Gazette Weighs the Pros and Cons of Gas Tax for Montgomery County
  • Green Lane Project Hosts Webinar Today
  • Bacon’s Rebellion Pushes for More Cycling to Reduce Obesity in Virginia
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Governors Send Trump Wish List of Infrastructure Projects (McClatchy) Can Trump Actually Deny Federal Funds to Sanctuary Cities? (AP) California Republicans Want White House to Block Money for High-Speed Rail (LA Times) What Diplomats and Urbanists Can Learn From Each Other (CitiScope) Will a Fossil Fuel-Friendly White House Affect Car Ownership Declines? (Curbed) Philly’s Transit Car Shortage […]

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Now That the Water Bill Is Done, Will Congress Pass a Rail Reauthorization? (The Hill) Connecticut Needs to Upgrade Old Infrastructure — Or Learn to Live with Long Commutes (AP) Because Hey, Every Driver Prefers Subsidized Roads to Ones They Pay For Themselves (WSB) Austin to Improve Bike Lane Connectivity (KVUE) News-Observer: Wake County, NC, […]

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What the Federal Spending Bill Offers for Transit (Roll Call) Bill Includes $100M for MD’s Purple Line (WaPo) Even GOP-Run States Debate Higher Taxes for Infrastructure (Bloomberg) Troubles Mount for Uber, Including Lawsuits from L.A., San Francisco (NPR, L.A. Times) Is Lyft “Too Cute” to Step Up to the Plate? (NYT) Does Amtrak Have Authority to Craft Federal […]