Today’s Headlines

  • New Bill in U.S. House and Senate Would Turn North Carolina Roads Into Interstates (Sun Journal)
  • Will MO Transpo Projects Move Forward Despite Defeat of Amendment 7? No. Maybe. (Globe, LNO)
  • Bike Lanes, Bike Share, and Better Transit Coming to Raleigh? (North Raleigh News)
  • Ensuring the CEQA Tail No Longer Wags the Planning Dog (CPDR)
  • San Francisco Cracking Down on Employers Failing to Offer Transit Benefit (Examiner)
  • Denver’s Top City Planner Drives an Hour to Work Every Day From His Farm (Post)
  • Has Dallas Already Nixed the Idea of Replacing I-345 With a Boulevard? (Morning News)
  • Georgia Study: Traffic Up 14 Percent With School Back in Session (AJC)
  • Seattle Bike-Share Coming “Pronto” (King 5)
  • Confusion Over Indy Bike-Share Fees Lead to Huge Overtime Charges (AP)
  • A Next Technological Step Forward Before the Advent of the Driverless Car? (In the Capital)
  • bolwerk

    The Economist had a hit piece on streetcars that reads like “Reason” Foundation
    propaganda.

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“Huge” is how Jonathan Maus at Bike Portland described the news yesterday that Nike will sponsor Portland’s upcoming bike-share system to the tune of $10 million. Bike-share has taken much longer than expected to get off the ground in Portland. With Nike’s sponsorship, the city will be moving forward with a bigger network than it’s been planning. The […]

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“Huge” is how Jonathan Maus at Bike Portland described the news yesterday that Nike will sponsor Portland’s upcoming bike-share system to the tune of $10 million. Bike-share has taken much longer than expected to get off the ground in Portland. With Nike’s sponsorship, the city will be moving forward with a bigger network than it’s been planning. The […]

Today’s Headlines

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Obama Administration Moving to Streamline Environmental Review Process (The Hill) North Carolina’s GOP Lawmakers Defend Secretive Anti-Light Rail Legislation (Charlotte Observer) Houston Bike Share to Undergo Major Expansion (Houston Chronicle) Twin Cities Moving Forward on Transit-Oriented Development Projects (Star Tribune) The Clean Air NGO That Caught Volkswagen Cheating on Emissions (Fortune) New York Post Calls […]

Today’s Headlines

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Raleigh Council Wants Bus Lanes on Redesigned Road (News Observer) Virginia Considering Ban on New Tolls for Existing Roads (Fredricksburg.com) Georgia Statehouse Bill to Expand MARTA “Faces Uphill Climb” (Mass Transit) Toledo to Use Federal Transit Money to Purchase Cars for Low-Income Workers (Blade) The New Tropic: Latin America’s Transit “Kicking Our Ass” Driverless Bus on the […]