Today’s Headlines

  • Tennessee Democrat and Friend of Trump Kids Harold Ford May Lead Trump’s DOT (Politico)
  • Pennsylvania Rep Lou Barletta Might Also Get the Transportation Secretary Job (Penn Live)
  • NACTO Releases Post-Election Statement of Values
  • Feds Seek Fixes for Distracted Driving (StarTrib)
  • City Observatory‘s Guide to the Trump Infrastructure Debate
  • How Exactly Does Trump Define “Infrastructure”? (CityLab)
  • Miami’s Transit Expansion Could Be Test for Conservative Lawmakers (Miami Herald)
  • Philly Inquirer Explores the Absence of Criminal Charges in Pedestrian Deaths
  • What It’s Like to Go Car-Free in Cleveland (Plain-Dealer)
  • In Toronto, Proposed Road Tolls May Boost Transit Ridership (CBC)
  • DC’s Busiest Bike-Share Stations are Next to Metro, Especially in the Burbs (GGW)

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Why Are Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer Supporting Trump’s Infrastructure Plan? (NY Mag) Trump May Roll Back Emissions Standards for Cars (NYT) Can Cities Counter the Punch of Donald Trump’s Election? (The Nation) Chicago Trying to Rush in Transit Application Before Trump Takes Office (Streetsblog Chicago) AIA’s CEO Apologizes for Controversial Post-Election Memo Supporting Trump (Architect’s […]

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The New York Times Published Someone’s Sick Fantasy About “Trump-Sized” Infrastructure LA Times: Can Buy America Work for California High-Speed Rail? Amtrak CEO on New Trains, Safety, and Trump (CBS) Detroit Officials Try to Figure Out Why Local Transit Tax Failed (Detroit News) Nebraska Senator May Be on Shortlist for Trump’s DOT (KETV) Atlanta’s Transit Divide Deepens After Election (WABE) […]

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Trump Thinks He Can Get States to Start Building $1 Trillion in Infrastructure in 90 Days (WSJ) Trump Weighing $6 Billion Cut to HUD, Axing Community Development Block Grants (WaPo) Infrastructure Genius Elon Musk Has Trump’s Ear (Market Watch) Civil Rights Groups, Environmentalists Suing to Stop the Expansion of I-94 in Milwaukee (Planetizen) Boston’s MBTA May Privatize […]

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Study: Uber and Lyft Account for 15 Percent of Vehicle Trips in San Francisco (Examiner) How Oslo Is Responding to Backlash Against Its Central City Car Ban (Guardian) Subprime Auto Loans From 2015 May Be Worst Performing Ever (Bloomberg) Study: Reserved Parking Triples Likelihood of Car Ownership (via Science Direct) Can You Guess the City […]

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APTA Asks Trump For Its Typical Slice of the Infrastructure Pie (The Hill) How the Push for Quick Infrastructure Could Affect Environmental Regs (Governing) In Detroit Today, Trump Expected to Reconsider Emissions Standards (Detroit News) St. Louis, Dallas Press Washington for Transit Funding (MissouriNet, Dallas News) Tech Bros Feel the Uber, Lyft Void at Austin’s SXSW (Slate) The Results of Bay Area’s Transit Incentive […]

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Spurned by Washington, U.S. Cities Fund Transit Themselves (WIRED) Vox: Trump’s Election Means Climate Goals are Out the Window Trump Wants to Spend $1 Trillion on “Infrastructure,” Get Someone Else to Pay (WIRED) Highway Bonanza? Pelosi Already Says She’ll Collaborate With Trump on Infrastructure (The Hill) What the Trump Presidency Means for Cities (CityLab) Rural and […]