Today’s Headlines

  • Employees Union Presses House to Restore Commuter Tax Break (The Hill)
  • Overhaul Proposed for DC Transportation as DDOT Chief Departs (WaPo)
  • Future Funds for DC Metro in Jeopardy After Mismanagement (The Hill)
  • Minneapolis Light Rail Debate Hinges on Equity (Minn Post)
  • Will Houston Warm to Light Rail? (Atlantic Cities)
  • Meanwhile, Houston Bike Commuting on the Rise (Houston Biz Journal)
  • Miami Grassroots Group Wants to Create More “Delightful” Commutes (Miami Herald)
  • How Can the Nashville Amp Project Win Over the Bus-Wary? (Nashville Public Radio)
  • Stockton City Limits Picks Apart Sprawl Ranking
  • First Wave of Ann Arbor Bike-Share Stations to Open in June (Concentrate)
  • New Orleans Debates Parking Prices (Times-Picayune)

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Commuter Rail Could Return to Miami in 2014 (HuffPo) Nashville Mayor: City Must Invest in Transit (Tennessean) Can Millennials’ Multi-Modal Transpo Habits Translate to Stronger Advocacy? (Bike League) Virginia Needs to Stop Building Bypasses and Start Improving Existing Streets (GGW) Cincinnati Passenger Rail Gets Key Approvals (Progressive Railroading) Denver’s Bike-Share Membership Mainly White (Transpo Nation) […]

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DC, Boston Rank Highest Among Big Cities in Bike/Walk Commute Rate (Fast CoExist) GOP vs. Dems in Maryland’s Transportation Spending Battle (Baltimore Sun) Miami Campaign Looks for “100 Great Ideas” for Mobility (Miami Herald) Nashville Biz Leaders Push to Become Partners on Transit (Nashville Biz Journal) Can Bridj Fill Boston’s Late-Night T Void? (Transit Wire) Cato Genius Randal O’Toole […]

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What Will DOTs Look Like in 50 Years? (Next City) AP: Democratic Districts (a.k.a. Urban Areas) Won Bigger Share of TIGER Grants Foxx Talks With The Hill About Congress’s Failures on Transpo Funding Work Continues on Nashville BRT, Even Though Mayor Pressed Pause (Nashville Post, Biz Journal) If Voters Greenlight Light Rail in Pinellas, How Will It […]

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Obama Says He Will Sign Transportation Bill (The Hill) House to Vote Thursday on $305 Billion Transportation Bill (The Hill) Mayors Making Commitments to “Resilience” for COP21 (Next City) DC Ranked Fourth Best City for Transit (WUSA 9) Is Georgia Ready to Leave Behind Its Historic Anti-Transit Position? (AJC) The Stranger Outlines Seattle’s “Big” Plans […]

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Congress Kicks the Can on Transpo Funding to July 31 (The Hill) Amtrak Required to Address Speed Concerns on Northeast Corridor (Progressive Railroading) Houston Debuts Two New Light Rail Lines (Chron) Western U.S. Has Seen Long-Term Rise in Urban Populations (WaPo) Will the Kansas City Streetcar Unite or Divide? (Next City) Car-Free Commuting Gets Simpler for DC […]

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Over 260 Amendments Up in the Air for House Transpo Bill (The Hill) Paul Ryan Wants to Try “Open Process” With Bill (National Journal) For Congress of Cities, Nashville Welcomes Local Leaders From Across U.S. (Tennessean) Top Choice to Run DC Metro Now Out of the Running (WaPo) Will Anthony Foxx Destroy DC Metro in Order to […]