Today’s Headlines

  • NHTSA Steps Up Efforts to Block Drunk Drivers from Starting Cars (Legal Examiner)
  • FTA Launches Civil Rights Probe Into Cleveland’s Public Square Closure; Mayor Obstinate (Plain Dealer)
  • Curbed: By 2020, Car Ownership Could Decline in the U.S. Due to Automated Shared Fleets
  • San Diego’s SANDAG Lied to Voters About How Much Money Tax Would Generate (Voice of San Diego)
  • NIMBYs in New Haven Worry Traffic Calming Project Will Bring Gentrification (Independent)
  • Bloomberg: Trump’s Infrastructure Plan, Focus on Splashy Projects, Misses the Problem
  • Study: Stockholm’s Congestion Pricing Has Helped Children with Asthma (Inside Science)
  • Large Cities Are Starting to Put EMTs on Bikes to Reach Victims Faster (WaPo)
  • Elizabeth F

    With the debut of Freedom Ticket, get ready for an onslaught of suburban Long Islanders who find they can save money by driving into Eastern Brooklyn / Queens and taking LIRR for there. Parking will be at a premium…

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Get Ready to Hear More About “ObamaRail” (The Hill) What Would an Infrastructure Bank Look Like? (Miller-McCune) Yet Another Florida Rail Project in Limbo (Transpo Nation) The El Needs an Overhaul (Chicago Reader) San Francisco Transit Riders Paying More for Less (Examiner) Nebraska Pols Clash Over Road Funding (Journal Star) San Antonio Launches Small Bike-Share […]

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Pope’s Visit Gives Glimpse of a Car-Free Downtown Philly (Next City) U.S. High Speed Rail Projects Get Creative, Sans Federal Funding (CityLab) Feds Approve DC Metro’s Plan for Safety Fixes (The Hill, WaPo) Bike Portland Chats with L.A.’s Transpo Chief APTA: If High-Speed Rail Was Available, Two-Thirds of Americans Would Want to Use It A Look at […]

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House to Mark Up Transpo Bill Thursday, as Clock Ticks (Progressive Railroading, The Hill) 19 Dem Governors Ask Congress for a Long-Term Transpo Bill (The Hill) Driverless Car Tested on I-95 in Virginia (AP) Ratings Agency Blames Millennials’ Car-Free Choices for Poor Road Conditions (Denver Biz Journal) Will San Joaquin Valley Innovate, or Just Continue With Sprawl? (CityLab) Federal […]

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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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Despite Government Buy-In, High-Speed Rail Remains Elusive (The Hill) The “World’s Most Polluted Street” Will Go Car-Free By 2020 (CityLab) DC Ends Unjust Law That Prevented Crash Victims From Collecting Damages (GGW) Feds Start to Unlock Funding for Trans-Hudson Rail Project (WSJ) New San Diego Trolley Line Gets Closer to Reality (LA Times) FTA Inspections Find 1,000+ Safety […]

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After Rollercoaster Week, Strikes Shut Down San Francisco Transit (AP) LaHood: Raise the Federal Gas Tax (WAMU) Report Finds Accessibility Barriers at 95 Percent of Amtrak Stations (WaPo, The Hill) Green Lane Project Welcomes New Round of Cities (People for Bikes) Starting Monday: “Oregon Drive Less Challenge” (Herald News) Boston’s “New Balance” Stop Offers New […]