Today’s Headlines

  • “Railroad Geek” VP Touts Amtrak in Philly (AP, Philly.com)
  • Shuster, LaHood and Warner Opine on Transpo Funding (The Hill)
  • Across the Country, Non-Rush Hour Transit Rides Are on the Rise (Atlantic Cities)
  • … But What Are the Barriers to All-Day Service? (Atlantic Cities)
  • SunRail Line Draws Development in Orlando (Orlando Sentinel)
  • How “Complete Streets” Upends the Social Order of Roads (GGW)
  • Plans Evolve for New Orleans-to-Baton Rouge Train (Times-Picayune)
  • Why Is Miami’s Transit Tax Getting Spent on Highways? (Move Miami Dade)
  • Conservation Districts Can Help With Smart Growth (Streets MN)
  • Plain Dealer: Safety Is Key for Spreading Bikeways in Cleveland

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Green Transportation Projects Moving Forward in Florida, Detroit

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For today’s Streetsblog Network roundup, we’re trying out a different format — bringing you a smattering of news from around the country: Florida Moving Toward Jacksonville-Miami Rail Line: Transit Miami reports that the state has awarded $118 million for the construction of an Amtrak connection running down the Atlantic coast of Florida. The state’s contribution […]

Green Transportation Projects Moving Forward in Florida, Detroit

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For today’s Streetsblog Network roundup, we’re trying out a different format — bringing you a smattering of news from around the country: Florida Moving Toward Jacksonville-Miami Rail Line: Transit Miami reports that the state has committed $118 million for the construction of an Amtrak connection running down the Atlantic coast of Florida. State funding will […]

Today’s Headlines

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Researchers Introduce International Transit-Oriented Development Scorecard (Trust.org) Work on DC’s Silver Line Nearly Complete (WaPo) Honolulu Updates Feds on High-Speed Rail Project (Pacific Biz News) Thousands in Utah Took Advantage of Free Transit Passes (AP) Texas Could Face Same Obstacles as California on High-Speed Rail (CAHSR Blog) Atlantic Cities Finds Link Between Sprawl and Republicanism […]

Today’s Headlines

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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, […]

Today’s Headlines

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Obstacles Already Cropping Up in Path of Seattle Bike-Share (Seattle Times) OpenPlans Fills Void Apple Left By Removing Transit Directions (SmartPlanner) What Makes a Workplace Bicycle Incentive Successful? (Sustainable Business Oregon) Express-News: Transpo Bill Doesn’t Address Infrastructure Needs on the Border The Rest of Latin America Finally Catches Up to Bogotá on Bikeability (WSJ) A Clear-Eyed Look […]

Today’s Headlines

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Up for Grabs: The Top Transpo Posts in Nation’s Three Largest Cities (LAT) Bike League Gives Thanks to Gabe Klein and Janette Sadik-Khan Biden, Foxx Pitch Infrastructure in Ohio Today (AP) St. Louis to Link Affordable Housing, Transit (Post-Dispatch) Federal Dollars Hard to Come by for Florida Transpo Projects (Orlando Sentinel) Rural Communities Like Lima, NY, […]