Today’s Headlines

  • Feds Question Civil Rights Violations in Boston’s Late-Night T Cancellation (Boston Globe)
  • LA’s Gold Line Extension Opens Up New Options for San Gabriel Valley (LA Times)
  • DC Metro GM Offers Vision for How to Fix the System (WaPo)
  • A Q&A with Atlanta BeltLine Visionary Ryan Gravel (Atlanta Mag)
  • San Francisco to Give Incentives for Not Riding BART During Rush Hour (CityLab)
  • For New Streetcars, Parked Cars Are a Common Roadblock (Kansas City Star)
  • Albuquerque City Council to Weigh in on Proposed BRT Route (ABQ Journal)
  • In the Works: A National Transit Map (WTOP)

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A Section of I-85 in Atlanta Collapsed in a Fire (CNN) Driver Distractions Are on the Rise, and So Are Pedestrian Deaths (Reuters) Dems Think They Can Take Advantage of Trump on Infrastructure (HuffPo) What HUD Boss Ben Carson Should Listen to on His Tour (Next City) Lyft Tests Shuttle Program in Chicago, San Francisco (Tech Crunch) MD’s […]

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Transit Agencies Push for More Funding in Transportation Bill (The Hill) Detroit Gets Funds to Launch Bike-Share (NextCity) New Report from CNU: A Freeway Free San Francisco “MARTA Army” Trying to Improve Transit in Atlanta (GPB) What Volvo Thinks Passengers Will Do When Cars Drive Themselves (The Verge) California City Ordered to Pay $6M to Family of Slain Cyclist Due […]

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Lobbyists in a Frenzy as Transpo Bill Takes Shape in Congress (AP) Bill a “Rare Moment of Bipartisan Glee,” But It Still Dodged the Gas Tax (WaPo) Union Presses to Save Northeast Transit Funds (The Hill) Feds Want “Fire Lit” for DC Metro Safety (WTOP) New Study Will Look at Environmental Impacts of Uber and Lyft […]

Charlotte and Denver Join Urban Innovators at NACTO

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The group that brought you the Urban Bikeway Design Guide and the Urban Street Design Guide is expanding. The National Association of City Transportation Officials added Charlotte and Denver to its list of member cities this week, bringing the total to 18. In addition, NACTO has added Louisville, Kentucky, and Somerville, Massachusetts, to the list of 12 […]