Today’s Headlines

  • Paris Implements Alternate-Day Driving Restrictions Because Smog Matters to Voters (Reuters)
  • As MAP-21 Winds Down, Rep. Hanna Tries to Tack State Infrastructure Banks Onto It (Little Falls Times)
  • Washington Post Editorial: SNCF Should Build Purple Line Despite Holocaust Past
  • Even the “Concern for Bicyclists’ Safety” Trick Wasn’t Enough to Stop King Street Bike Lane (WTOP)
  • Gov. Christie Panders to Motoring Public By Opposing Gas Tax Hike (CBS)
  • Green Lane Project Chooses Denver (and Six More) For a Bike-Friendly Makeover (ABC)
  • Denver May Turn Shoulders into Bus Lanes on I-70 (AP)
  • Should Cities Reject Bad Transit Plans to Await the Perfect One? If You’re Zurich, Maybe (Next City)
  • The New Republic Investigates the “Postmodern, Post-Automotive Generational Shift” Away From Cars

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House GOP Rep Says Long-Term Transpo Funding Is Priority (The Hill) People for Bikes Reaches 1 Million Petition Signatures (Bike Portland) How Have Young People’s Commuting Habits Changed Since 1980? (Next City) Atlanta Streetcar Won’t Open This Weekend as Planned (Atlanta Biz Journal) Tulsa Wants New Passenger Rail to Reach Downtown (Newson6) Apple Works on […]