Today’s Headlines

  • Hoboken Train Crash Highlights Absence of Life-Saving Safety Tech (The Hill)
  • Chris Christie Has Let NJ Transit Go to Seed (NYT)
  • Parking Policy People Are Excited About the White House’s Housing Announcement (Next City)
  • Foxx Hypes the “Smart City” (Fed Scoop)
  • Charleston Voters to Decide on $600M for Transit (Post & Courier)
  • Chicago Moves Forward on Red Line Extension (Chicago Trib)
  • Will Powerful Backers Be the Trick for Boston’s North-South Rail Link? (Boston Mag)
  • Three City Bike Orgs That Are Shaking Things Up (Momentum Mag)
  • Uber and Lyft Illegal Again in Philly (Plan Philly)
  • When “Within Walking Distance” Doesn’t Mean “Walkable” (GGW)

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House Buys Time on Transpo Bill With Two-Week Patch (The Hill) U.S. Transit Systems (i.e. Chicago, DC) Ramp Up Security After Paris Attacks (WGNTV, Roll Call) Why California’s High-Speed Rail Money Shouldn’t Go to Roads (CityLab) Funding Secured for Philly Subway Extension, But Some Are “Tired of Studies” (Philly Mag, Biz Journal) Twin Cities Study Finds […]

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$200B in Transpo Money at Stake at U.S. Polls Today (WSJ) The Hill Rounds Up the Top 10 Ballots to Watch Will Atlanta Voters Double Down on the Streetcar? (Atlanta Mag) Philly Transit Strike Ends in Time for Election Day in Battleground State (LA Times) Lyft, Zipcar, Uber Offer Discounts for Voters (Consumerist) How Inner-City Highways […]

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Shuster’s Brought in a Lot of Campaign Cash as Transpo Chair (Politico) Brookings: Downtowns Weathered the Recession Better Than the Burbs (Next City) … But Job Sprawl Was High in Oklahoma City, Kansas City, Lee County, FL UN Report: Sustainable City Infrastructures Promote Economic Growth Twin Cities Transit Expansion = Jobs (Star Tribune) GGW on Why Portland’s […]

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Conflicting Regulations Make for Uncertain Path Forward for Self-Driving Cars (The Hill) Lyft Prez: Car Ownership Will “All But End” in Major Cities By 2025 (Fortune) Bicycling Mag Names Chicago the Nation’s “Most Bike-Friendly City” (Chicago Trib) Even Congress Seems to Have Lost Faith in DC Metro’s Repair Deadline (WaPo) How Light Rail Could Change the Game […]

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Arizona Valley Partnership Works to Catalyze Development Along Light Rail (Smart Growth America) Post-DOT, LaHood Settles Into Two New Gigs in Home State (National Journal) Apple Doubles Down on Public Transit With Embark Buy (CNET) Report: By 2020, Car-Sharing Will Have 12 Million Members Worldwide (Smart Planet) Oklahoma City Plans for Streetcar (NewsOK) Parking Wonk […]

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Senate Panel Backs $100M for Modernizing Chicago’s Red, Purple Lines (Chicago Trib) Newly Appointed NJ Transit Chief Backs Out of Job (NYT, NJ.com) In DC, Is WMATA Riders’ Advocacy Group Done For? (WaPo) California High-Speed Rail Officials Tweak Business Plan (AP) NACTO Offers Guidance on Where to Place Bike-Share Stations (Next City) Uber Reaches Settlement in Driver Status Suits in California, Massachusetts […]