Today’s Headlines

  • U.S. DOT, Sidewalk Labs Team Up to Tackle Urban Congestion (NYTArs Technica)
  • Poor DC Residents Were Hardest Hit By Metro Shutdown (GGW)
  • Google Wants Feds to Clear Roadblocks for Driverless Car Tech (AP)
  • Atlanta Mayor Expands on New $2.5B Transit Plans (AJC)
  • Boston’s T Explores Ways to Mitigate Late-Night Service Cancellation (Boston Globe)
  • Ride-Sharing Does Enhance Transit… For Rich People (Wired)
  • The Urban Millennial Boom Must Have an End Date, Right? (CityLab)
  • Grist’s Take: When Millennials Move to Burbs, It’s Not Necessarily Because They Want To
  • San Diego’s Car2Go Switches From Electric to Gas (SD Union-Tribune)
  • Why American Planners Are Paying Attention to Bogota’s BRT (Fronteras)

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Many American cities are proving to be more resilient than suburban areas thanks in part to the shifting preferences of today’s young people. But as USA Today reported in a talked-about article earlier this week, the cohort that has flocked to cities is now reaching a stage of life which, historically, has been more closely associated […]

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Foxx Emerges as Key Player in Obama’s Cabinet (Reuters) Nearly 800 Potential TIGER Grantees Request 15X the Money Available (RT&S) Obama Hits House GOP on Transpo Funding Inaction (The Hill) In Primaries Tomorrow, Shuster Fends Off “True Conservative” Challenger (WITF) Austin Transit Planners Lay Out Options for Urban Rail (Austin Biz Journal) Urban Land Institute […]

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Mixed Signals on Future of California HSR (AP) Bacon’s Rebellion: How Will Millennials Change Urban Development? Why Can’t D.C. Metro Growth Focus More INSIDE the Beltway? (GGW) A Decade in the Making, Florida’s Sun Rail Will Start Running in May (Daytona Beach News-Journal) Rebuilding Place in the Urban Space Pokes Holes in Study Promoting More […]