Today’s Headlines

  • America Builds More Three-Car Garages Than One-Bedroom Apartments (Bloomberg)
  • Federal Court Denies Injunction on Albuquerque Bus Rapid Transit Construction (ABQ Journal)
  • New Resource Makes 1930s Red-Lining Maps Available (Dissent)
  • Grist: Best Show on TV Right Now, “Atlanta,” Is About Living Carless in the Suburbs
  • Thirty Pedestrians Have Been Killed in the Last Two Years in Nashville (Fox 17)
  • Northern Virginia Breaks Ground on Park-and-Ride Lot to Be Paid for With Toll Revenue (WTOP)
  • Fare Evasion Has Doubled on Twin Cities’ Light Rail (KARE 11)
  • Baltimore to Launch Bike-Share System This Week (Baltimore Brew)
  • Pat

    What a bs statement from the Nashville area PD:

    “Police say contributing factors are pedestrians not using the crosswalks and also being under the influence of alcohol and or drugs while trying to cross. A smaller percentage of pedestrian deaths points to driver error for not yielding.”


Baltimore Rolls Out Free, Fully Funded Downtown Bus Service

Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon is on her way out of office, thanks to a deal with prosecutors pursuing a corruption case against her, but she’s leaving something positive in place for local transit riders. Sheila Dixon, outgoing Baltimore mayor, with a new city bus. (Photo: Baltimore Skyline) The city’s new free bus line, dubbed the […]

Today’s Headlines

Stalemates Continue on Transpo Bill as Deadline Approaches (LA Times) In Rare Sunday Session, Senate Makes Ex-Im Bank Part of the Package (Transport Topics) NRDC Switchboard Analyzes the Senate DRIVE Act Aging Infrastructure Plagues America’s Busiest Rail Corridor (NYT) … As Chris Christie Pins Blame for NJ Transit Delays on Amtrak (Politico) Reforms in Chicago Could Expand TOD, […]