Today’s Headlines

  • A Doctor Serving Latino Communities on Why She Supports Federal Action on Transport Emissions (Hill)
  • David Bragdon: Oregon DOT Is Failing Residents (Oregonian)
  • 56-Year-Old Australian Woman’s Defiant Campaign Against Bike Helmets (Daily Telegraph)
  • Report: $1 Billion a Year Needed for Transit, Walking, and Biking in Colorado (Denver Post)
  • Charleston City Council May Overturn Earlier Decision to Keep Important Bike Lane (Post & Courier)
  • Seattle Cyclists Tell “Horror Stories” of Tangling With Streetcar Tracks (Seattle Times)
  • Minneapolis’ Orange Line Project Back on Track (Southwest Journal)
  • Centennial, Colorado, Experimenting With Free Lyft Rides to Transit (CBS Local Denver)
  • Nashville Okays $6 Billion Transit Plan, Calls for Light Rail (Tennessean)

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Today’s Headlines

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Maybe Dororthy Rabinowitz Was Right About the All-Powerful Bike Lobby (Salon) Commerce Sec. Penny Pritzker Touts U.S. Bicycle Industry (Bike Portland) American Millennials May Be Cool on Them But “Cars Are All the Rage Among Asian Plutocrats” (WaPo) Something to Think About When Considering the Decoupling of VMT and the Unemployment Rate (AP) Building Infrastructure […]

Catching Hit-and-Run Drivers With Amber Alerts

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A Portland woman whose son was killed by a drunk hit-and-run driver has proposed a new method to apprehend motorists who flee the scene of a deadly collision. She hopes to bring an Amber Alert-like notification system to Portland to help nab the bad guys. The proposal is based on a system that’s already up […]

Today Denverites Ride Public Bikes. Tomorrow They’ll Speak Esperanto.

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The Colorado governor’s race was always going to be one for sustainable transportation advocates to keep an eye on. The likely Democratic nominee, Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper, has built a solid resume of support for transit and bicycling. But recent events suggest the green transportation/livable streets stakes may be waaaaay higher than expected. Dan Maes: […]

Today’s Headlines

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The Battles of Blue Cities vs. Red States (Atlantic) States with Most Traffic Deaths Went for Trump in 2016 (Salon) After More Than a Year, DC Metro Chief’s Job Hasn’t Gotten Any Easier (WaPo) Boston vs. Atlanta: Cycling Edition (Bicycling) Industries Divided on Pace of Self-Driving Car Rollout (Seattle Times) Solo Car Commuting on the Rise in Denver […]