Today’s Headlines

  • Schumer: Dems Will Work With Trump on Infrastructure But Tax Credits Won’t Cut It (The Hill)
  • Uber Asked a Lot of Pittsburgh for Hosting Self-Driving Car Experiment, Offered Little (QZ)
  • States Backing Away From Suspending Drivers Licenses Over Drug Sentences (NYT)
  • A Look at the Honolulu Rail Project’s Troubled 2016 (Pacific Business News)
  • Atlanta Moves Forward on Consolidating Transit Agencies (Atlanta Journal Constitution)
  • Colorado Springs Is Removing a Bike Lane (The Gazette)
  • Photography Project Celebrates Austin’s Transit Riders (NextCity)
  • Walking 30 Minutes a Day Would Save the Average Person $2,500 a Year (NYT)

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Dallas Leaders: 15-Stories of Parking by DART Will “Keep Downtown Healthy” (Dallas Morning News) NYT: Transit Paramount to Fighting Poverty Officials Say Defeat of Michigan’s Roads Tax Proposal Means Conditions Will Get Worse (Detroit News) Cities Make Great Retirement Homes (Next City) Atlanta Beltline Proposal Envisions 50 Miles of Streetcars (Curbed Atlanta) A Prosecutor Explains Why Word Choice — Crash vs. Accident […]

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Far-Right Freedom Caucus Expected to Play Key Role in Infrastructure Fight (The Hill) NatGeo Keeps a Running Tally of How Trump Is Changing the Environment Seattle Sales Tax for Transit Takes Effect; Bike-Share Goes Kaput (Seattle Times, Bicycling) DC Tries to Involve Whole Region in “Vision Zero” Effort (WaPo) Atlanta Transit Braces for More Riders After I-85 Collapse […]

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Trump’s Empty Rhetoric on Infrastructure Has Been Exposed (NYT) Transit Industry and Rail Advocates Blast Trump’s Budget (Progressive Railroading) In Chicago, Cycling Enforcement Discriminates Against Black People on Bikes (Chicago Trib) WaPo: Trump Demonizes Cities Because They’re a Threat to His Agenda Seattle Spends More on New Transit Than Any U.S. City (Seattle Times) How the White House Could Derail […]

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The Three Big Obstacles to Passing a Transpo Bill This Week (Trans. Issues Daily) Congressional Leaders Meet Today With Time Running Out (WaPo) Sprawl: Where It’s Headed, and the People Who Cling to It (NYT) DC Bikeshare Avoided Five Million Automobile Miles Driven (TranspoNation) Gov. McDonnell Launches Surprise Attack on Northern Virginia Transit (GGW) Atlanta […]

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Milan’s Congestion Charge Undone By a Complaint From a Parking Garage (NYT) Famously Wronged Georgia Pedestrian, Raquel Nelson, Arrested — For Speeding (Patch) Lessons From Portland Transit Riders’ Organizing Campaign (Americans for Transit) Yes, Thanks to Elimination of TIFIA Criteria, Bridge-to-Nowhere May Really Get Financing (Fiscal Times) Google Collects Traffic Data From You When You […]

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Portland Launches Its Bike-Share System – 2,300 Trips in First 24 Hours (BikePortland) Federal Guidelines for Autonomous Cars Expected This Summer (Yahoo) A Suburban Atlanta County That Has Long Shunned Transit Is Preparing to Expand Service (AJC) Politico: GOP Platform “Full of Largely Failed Policy Ideas” “Likely to Go Nowhere” APTA Opposes GOP’s Call to End […]