Today’s Headlines

  • Boston Using MIT Data to Overhaul Its Bus System (CityLab)
  • Still No Carmaggedon in Atlanta Now That Spring Break Is Over (AJC)
  • Carmakers Back to Supplying Americans With Big, Gas-Guzzling SUVs (NYT)
  • Tesla Will Pay Employees to Bike to Work After Slew of Embarrassing Parking Problems (CBS SF)
  • AT&T Insists on Road Diet to Keep Headquarters in Downtown Dallas (Dallas News)
  • Las Vegas Hotels Hiking Parking Prices (LA Times)
  • “Lost Cemeteries” Could be an Obstacle for London’s $560 Million Bus Rapid Transit Plan (Global News)
  • Lawmakers in North Dakota Reject Bill Lifting State’s Ban on Parking Meters (Inforum)
  • U.S. Transit Agencies Rarely Use Firms Run By Women or Minorities (WaPo)
  • AMH

    The media never mention how deadly SUVs are. They are supposedly getting more fuel-efficient, and great for families with children because of all the room inside, but no one seems to care that they are more effective at crushing human bodies not encased in their steel envelope. Uber SUVs have become noticeably more prevalent in my neighborhood over just one or two years, and they are scary.