Today’s Headlines

  • A Look at Google’s Plans to Shake Up the Ride-Hailing Industry (HuffPo)
  • DOT Unveils National Transit Map (GovTech)
  • Delaware, Other States Follow Oregon With Pay-By-the-Mile Plans (Delaware State News, KTOO)
  • How Pittsburgh Became the Testing Ground for Uber’s Self-Driving Cars (WaPo)
  • Baltimore Sun Looks at the GOP/Dem Divide on Transit
  • Will Tennesseans Ride a New $6B Transit System? (Tennessean)
  • Georgia Lawmakers Grapple With Atlanta’s Congestion (WABE)
  • Cycling App Becomes Valuable Tool for Urban Planners (Curbed)
  • With Rising Population, Charlotte Looks to Tolls and Transit (Charlotte Observer)
  • When Cyclists Oppose Bike Lanes: A Case From Madrid (Next City)


What Kind of Transpo Secretary Will Anthony Foxx Be?

Later today President Obama is expected to nominate Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx to replace Ray LaHood as transportation secretary. The last time we reported about Foxx, the North Carolina Legislature was trying to thwart his plans to pursue a streetcar and light rail expansion at the same time. Speaking to the Washington Post, an anonymous White […]

Today’s Headlines

Chicago Tribune: Hey, Congress, Don’t Favor Cars Over Transit With Double the Budget, Philly’s SEPTA Has Grand Plans (Inquirer) Cincinnati’s Streetcar Victory Took a Decade to Achieve (Urban Cincy) Shuster Pledges to Work With Startups on Transpo Tech (1776) Charlotte Station WSCO Looks at Foxx’s Rise From Mayor to U.S. Transpo Chief Report: Milwaukee Needs Better Transit […]