Today’s Headlines

  • Uber Appears to Be Hemorrhaging Money (FT)
  • Battle’s Brewing on DC Metro Board Over Late-Night Service Cuts (WaPo)
  • Cities and States at Odds Over What to Do With Aging Urban Highways (Governing)
  • Purple Line Design Options Unveiled (Bethesda Mag)
  • Detroit’s QLine Could Draw $3B in Development (MLive)
  • Outdoor Mag: Does Bike-Share Actually Work?
  • Universities Get Federal Funds to Study High-Speed Rail (Review-Journal)
  • Atlanta’s Development Still Too Tied to Parking (Curbed Atlanta)
  • Six Pedestrians in Philly Were Killed By Drivers Last Month (Billy Penn)

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Janette Sadik-Khan: The Bike Wars Are Over, and the Bikes Won (NY Mag) Boston Transit OKs Fare Hike Amid Protests (Boston.com) How Uber and Lyft Can Help Transit Agencies (Brookings) States Start Prepping for Driverless Cars (Governing) St. Paul’s Varied Paths for Transit-Oriented Development (The Line) Governing: BRT’s Not as Sexy as Light Rail, But Don’t […]

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Maryland’s Purple Line Gets $875M Loan from Feds (Progressive Railroading) Legal Battles Continue Over Albuquerque’s BRT (ABQ Journal) Portland Streetcar to Branch Out With New Routes (Oregonian) Why Toronto Transit Beats Chicago’s (Chicago Trib) Car-Free Future Possible for Iconic Street in Toronto (CBC) Dallas’s Downtown Parking Boom (Dallas News) Boston’s Commuter Rail Stations Drive Development (Boston Globe) Cleveland’s […]

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LaHood stops in Seattle today to tout stimulus-funded light rail — but will he celebrate a second city’s streetcars while he’s at it? (SeattlePI.com) Harry Reid (D-NV) makes his choice known in the battle between two high-speed rail links between Vegas and California: No mag-lev for the Senate majority leader (LV Sun, LA Times) The […]

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Uber and Public Transit Try to Make Friends (CityLab) America’s Worst and Most Dangerous Roads, Mapped by Google (WaPo) How Transit-Oriented Development Could Lower Rents in Chicago (Chicago Mag) APTA Recognizes Seven Transit Agencies for Sustainability Can Low Silver Line Ridership in Tysons Be Blamed on Lack of Sidewalks? (WAMU) Seattle Transit Goes Big Into Green Bonds (Wall […]

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Foxx Takes a Road Trip to Drum Up Support for Obama’s Transpo Plan (Transport Topics, AP) DOT: Highway Trust Fund Will Dry Up by August (The Hill) How Are States Responding to the Funding Gridlock? (Governing) New Orleans Group Rallies for Central Transit Hub (Times-Picayune) L.A. Metro Recommends Two Familiar Contractors for Downtown Rail Connection (LA Times) […]

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Council on Foreign Relations Tracks Underinvestment in U.S. Infrastructure At APTA Expo in Houston, Foxx and Others Urge Action From Congress (Metro Mag, Houston Chron) Cato Institute: Driverless Cars Will Replace Transit (Roll Call) North Carolina Advances Plans for 17-Mile Light Rail (Progressive Railroading) Experts Chat About America’s Streetcar Trend (NPR) Maryland Could Vote to Keep Transpo Money […]