Today’s Headlines

  • Roundup of Transit Issues on Ballots This November (Governing)
  • Portland Wants Bicyclists and Pedestrians Considered When Setting Speed Limits (Mercury)
  • FTA Asks Judge to Let Purple Line Resume; Delays Cost $13 Million a Month (Bethesda Magazine)
  • St. Louis Advocates Demand Stronger Penalties for Drivers Who Injure Pedestrians (KSAT)
  • 1.6 Mile Seattle Light Rail Extension to Open This Month (Public Intelligencer)
  • San Antonio Kicks Off Driver Education Campaign as Part of Vision Zero (KSAT)
  • Indianapolis Mayor Stops Short of Telling Voters to Support Transit Referendum (Indy Star)
  • Miles Driven in First Half of 2016 Breaks Record (Equipment World)

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Four-City U.S. DOT Tour Highlights Neighborhoods Where Highways Divide (NextCity) New Federal Rule Could Merge Metropolitan Planning Agencies (NWI.com) Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker Vetoes Vehicle Miles Traveled Tax (MassLive) U.S. News: American Auto Industry Is in Trouble Trial Underway for Driver Who Killed Complete Streets Engineer, Intern in Columbus (Dispatch) Charlotte Police Cracking Down on Drivers Who […]

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D.C. Metro Ridership Down 9 Percent From Last Year, and the Pain Is Not Over (WTOP) Shreveport, Louisiana, Urban Highway Would Displace Poor Residents (Strong Towns) Same Man Kills Two Pedestrians in Waco, Texas, in 17 Months; Police Blame Pedestrians (KVIA) North Carolina Gov Asks Trump to Fund Rail Connections (Next City) Charlotte Transit Chief Wants $6 Billion Light […]