Today’s Headlines

  • Foxx Warns State DOTs That Funding Could Be Cut Off Soon (The Hill)
  • At HUD, Julian Castro Will Take on Obama’s Climate Work (National Journal)
  • California, Amtrak Back Out of Joint Bid on High-Speed Rail (AP)
  • Proposal to Raise Gas Tax Wins Praise From WaPoNRDC Switchboard
  • While Gannett Notes Mixed Opinions, and Forbes Sniffs Out a Gimmick in the Funding Formula
  • More Congress Members Could Take a Spin in Driverless Cars (The Hill)
  • Honolulu Rail Proceeds with $250M from Feds (Hawaii Reporter)
  • Denver Tackles TOD Challenges, Looks to Union Station as Unifier (Denver Post)
  • Why is Detroit’s Rail Project Moving So Slowly? (Detroit Free Press)
  • Dallas, Houston Mark Different Paths With Rail Development (Houston Chron)
  • Will Risk-Averse Transit Agencies Take a Chance on D.C. Startup? (WaPo)