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Findings of Government Study on Toyota Safety Issues Could Be Released Today (CNNMoney) Pentagon Should Pay For Traffic Headaches Caused by Base Realignment (AirForceTimes, WaPo) Goodbye, ARC Tunnel — Hello, Gateway Between NJ and NY (TheTransportPolitic) The Winter of Transit’s Discontent: Snow Puts Further Strain on Scarce Resources (Times Herald-Record) The Choice You Don’t Want […]

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When Will Our Cities Reach Their Climate Tipping Point? (WaPo) Washington, DC: The New Bike City to Watch (People for Bikes) Plans for “Facebook Town” Show Smart Growth Mindset (Atlantic Cities) U.S. Cities Investing More and More in BRT (McClatchy) The Contradictions of Being a Tea Party “Transportation Junkie” (E&E Daily) Light Rail Spurs Housing […]

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DC Metro Boss to Unveil Overhaul Plan for Failing System (WaPo) Feds Investigate Civil Rights Violations in Tampa Highway Project (Tampa Bay Times) Via Carpooling App Raises $137 Million (NY Biz Journal) Ray LaHood Joins Uber’s Powerful New Advisory Board (The Hill, Guardian) U.S. High-Speed Rail Projects Favor Private Funds Over Public (Reuters) Foxx to Discuss Amtrak […]

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Michael Bloomberg Urges Cities to Prepare for Self-Driving Cars (WaPo) A Car and Driver Q&A With Anthony Foxx on the Future of Transportation Twin Cities Get Federal Grant to Plan Development Along New Light Rail Line (F&C) Uber Endorses Seattle Transit Ballot Measure (GeekWire) Chicago Black Lives Matter Activists Discuss Transportation Justice With Chicago Reader Does Metro Run Through DC’s Most Populated Areas? […]

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Feds Give New Jersey Third  — And Last — ARC Repayment Extension (Northjersey.com, WSJ) LaHood Predicts a New Transportation Bill Will Pass By August (DCVelocity) Mica: Private Sector Should Pitch in for Orlando to Tampa Rail Route (Florida Times-Union) Meanwhile, Leading Pols Line Up Behind Jacksonville to Miami Amtrak Route (News4) How Can We Achieve […]