Today’s Headlines

  • Some Big Cities Finally See Apartment Prices Fall (WSJ)
  • The Joys and Challenges of Going Car-Free With Kids in L.A. (Curbed)
  • How Bogotá’s Ciclovia Inspired Open Streets All Over the U.S. — With an Assist From Streetfilms (Vox)
  • Chris Christie’s “Shell Game” With NJ Transit Funding Comes Under Scrutiny (WSJ)
  • Grist: Uber Isn’t Contributing to Sprawl
  • Amtrak Watchdog Says It Isn’t Properly Budgeting for Life-Saving Positive Train Control (The Hill)
  • Why Is London’s Media So Hard on the City’s Widely Used Bike Lanes? (CityLab)
  • Texas’s Glow-in-the-Dark “Dutch Junction” Could Set Precedent for Safer Bikeways (Houston Chronicle)
  • University of Pennsylvania Will Reimburse Employees Who Bike to Work (NextCity)

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AAA Projected More Driving This Labor Day Weekend (The Hill) New FTA Guidance Incentivizes Affordable Housing Near Transit (Rooflines) Arlington, Texas, Loses Distinction of Biggest U.S. City Without Transit (Wired) Infographic: “Pushing a Ton of Metal to Move 200 Lbs. of Flesh is Insanely Inefficient” (Treehugger) How Bike-Share Can Close Cycling’s Gender Gap (Good) Come […]

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How TIFIA Works (Press Enterprise) Utah Olympics Veteran Has Transit Advice for London (Urgent Communications) Manufacturers: Time to Move Away From the Gas Tax (Nashua Telegraph) The West Coast Is Falling Back in Love With Transit (Architect’s Newspaper via Planetizen) Can One Bike-Share System Fulfill the Needs of Tourists and Commuters Alike? (Articulate Discontent) Believe It or Not, APTA […]

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Across the World, 500 Cities Now Have Bike-Share (TreeHugger, ENS) Which States Have the Highest Gas Tax? (Motley Fool) More Than a Third of U.S. Buses Powered By Alternative Fuels (USA Today) NJ Transit Tries Out Smartphone Ticketing (WSJ) Chicago Rolls Forward with Bike Share, BRT Project (Streetsblog CHI, Human Transit) Minnesota DOT Tries To Sell Gas Tax Hike […]

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What Other Countries Have Achieved With Infrastructure as U.S. Congress Dithers (WSJ) California Ratings of Rail Stations Give Top Grades to Bay Area, Average Grades to L.A. (LAT) The Risks Behind Uber’s Plans for “World Domination” (Skift) Imagining a New Future for Dallas’s Aging Highways (Dallas Morning News) Pittsburgh Bike-Share Beats Expectations (AP) SunRail Offers Model for […]

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East Coast Transit Agencies on Alert After Boston Explosions (Daily Record, The Hill x2) NYC Citi Bike Starts Enrolling Members (Streetsblog NYC) Cobb County Officials Struggle to Bring Transit Back From the Brink (AJC) Washington Gov. Wants to “Right-Size” Transportation Projects (Transpo Issues Daily) Nonprofit Wants to Put Climate Change Warning Labels on Gas Pump […]

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More coverage of yesterday’s release of transit and road projects "ready to go" for Congress’ jobs bill (WSJ, Det. News, WashPost, Free Press, Politics Daily) A crucial footnote in the debate over using bailout money on infrastructure: $1 for TARP isn’t $1 for budgeting purposes (Ezra Klein) Maryland governor cheers the prospects for a new […]