Today’s Headlines

  • Boston City Council President: We Need Protected Bike Lanes (Boston Globe)
  • Boston Tests Out Temporary Protected Bike Lane (Globe)
  • Sprawl Is Slowing in St. Louis (Post Dispatch)
  • Automated Vehicle Designers Need to Hear From People Who Love Cities Now (Medium)
  • LA Times Does a Postmortem on John Forester’s Brand of Vehicular Cycling
  • How to Get Bus Network Redesigns Right (BRT Plan)
  • Treehugger: Stop Bashing E-Bikes, They’re Better Than Driving
  • Open Streets Coming to 9 Miles of Philly Roads (Billy Penn)

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Is 2015 Deadline Feasible for Automated Rail Safety System? (The Hill, LA Times) Star-Telegram: Federal Funds Could Be “Light at End of Tunnel” for TEX Rail California High-Speed Rail Agency to Appeal Court Ruling (Fresno Bee) Bike/Ped Infrastructure Gets Boost in Pittsburgh and Charleston (Tree Hugger) Dispute Over Boston Commuter Rail Deal Heads to Court (Boston […]

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In California, Plummeting Gas Tax Revenue Hurts Transit Projects (LA Times) Plans Speeding Up for Houston-Dallas High-Speed Rail (Houston Chron) How Will We Wade Through the Politics of Driverless Cars? (Boston Globe) What’s Behind Maryland Gov. Hogan’s Pursuit of Maglev Rail? (WaPo) BRT Could Be the Best Solution for Charleston’s Gridlock (Post and Courier) New NACTO Guide Sees Protected Bike […]

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Cutting Transit Service in Boston Would be Costly (Frontier Group) City Observatory Pans the FAST Act Suburbs Struggle With Taxing Reverse Commuters (Governing) “Distracted Walking” Injuries Increasing, Doctors Say (NYT) Maine Officials Blame Spike in Pedestrian Deaths on Nice Weather (Centralmaine.com) Omaha Debates Whether It Needs More Parking Garages (Omaha.com) Nova Scotia Boosts Jaywalking Fine […]