Today’s Headlines

  • Road Raging Driver Murders Teen With Baseball Bat in Northern Virginia (BuzzFeed, WaPo)
  • Lyft’s Newest Service Looks a Lot Like Transit — And That’s a Problem for Transit (Salon)
  • Subprime Auto Loans Haunt Poor People Long After Their Car Has Been Repossessed (NYT)
  • Some Fingers Point to Ride-Hailing as Sacramento Transit Ridership Falls (Bee)
  • How to Fund DC Metro? Some Ideas From Maryland Legislators (WaPo) and Virginia Advisory Panel (WTOP)
  • Instead of Charging Homeowners, Des Moines Suburb Will Use Speed Cam Revenue to Build Sidewalks (Register)
  • Research Proves Common Sense: Riding Citi Bike Is Faster Than Taking a Cab in Manhattan (CityLab)
  • Why Did Amazon Buy Whole Foods? It Might Have Something To Do With Parking Lots (WSJ)
  • Neighbors in Springfield, MO, Appreciate Pop-Up Traffic Calming Demonstration (News-Leader)
  • Branden Klayko, Founder of Louisville Blog Broken Sidewalk, Has Died (Insider LouisvilleCourier-Journal)
  • Jesse

    Lyft article is Slate not Salon. I get them confused too.

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Hartford BRT Debuts in Connecticut (Hartford Courant) Foxx, Shuster Work Together on Transpo Funding Quagmire (The Hill) DC Mayor Sticks With Streetcar, But There’s a Lot of Work Ahead (WaPo) St. Paul Lays Out Ambitious Plans for Biking (MPR News) Nashville’s Mayoral Hopefuls Take on Transit After Death of BRT (Tennessean) Boston’s Bike Director Departs for Seattle […]

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House May Force Keystone XL Pipeline Into Conference With Senate Bill (Hill) Meanwhile, T4America Leads a Charge Against the Bad-For-Transit House GOP Budget Part 4 of Slate‘s Series on Walking Revisits the Plight of Raquel Nelson Christie Turns NJ-NY Tunnel Criticism Right Around at Attackers (Transpo Nation) The Urbanophile Expects “Some Level of Suburbanization to Resume” When […]

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Senators Urge Federal Investigation of NJ Transit (NJ.com) Ex-Defense Department Honcho: White House Should Oversee Transition to Driverless Cars (WaPo) UN Calls for More Investment in Bike Lanes, Sidewalks (Grist) Cities Lost Out in Final Election Debate (Next City) Lyft Has More Than Double Its Federal Lobbying The Past Few Months (The Hill) WMATA Considers Scrapping New Virginia BRT Route […]

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“Wrestlemania” in DC: Metro vs. Congress (WaPo, NYT) L.A. Mayor Backs Tax Increase for $120B Transit Proposal (AP) New York’s MTA Withdraws From APTA (TransitCenter) Louisville Looks Forward With Mobility Plan — But No Light Rail (Broken Sidewalk, WFPL) Inspector General Report Says FTA Should Be a Better Watchdog (WaPo) The Master Plan for Downtown Vegas (Next City) Looking at California’s High-Speed Rail […]

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Experts Doubtful That the New Congress Will Pull Off a Transpo Solution By May (WaPo) Tax Policy Center Studies the Variety of State Solutions to the Federal Funding Shortage States and Cities Vote to Pay More for Transpo — Why Can’t Congress? (National Journal) Reps. Blumenauer, McGovern Push for Transit Benefit Parity (The Hill) It’s Time […]

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With Transportation “in a Huge Ditch,” Foxx Lays Out Six-Year Plan (Politico) House, Senate Budgets Include Big Drops in Transpo Spending (Center on Budget & Policy Priorities) Tysons Corner: Stage for the World’s Biggest Reurbanization Project (Washingtonian) Nashville’s Future: More Sidewalks, Light Rail, But Definitely No Subway (Biz Journal) Peer Cities Will Give Boston Advice on […]