Today’s Headlines

  • Travis Kalanick Resigns as CEO of Uber (NYT)
  • London Mayor Weighs Per-Mile Road Pricing and Ban on New Off-Street Parking (Guardian)
  • Starting Tomorrow, Major Repairs Will Shut Down Downtown Minneapolis Light Rail for 11 Days (Star Tribune)
  • Will Divided DART Board Prioritize Downtown Subway or Suburb-to-Suburb Commuter Rail? (Dallas News)
  • Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed Says MARTA Will Take Over Streetcar Line From City (11 Alive)
  • Cincinnati Transit Authority Will Put Sales Tax Levy Before Voters to Close Budget Gap, Expand Service (Fox 19, WCPO)
  • Downtown Austin Alliance Inventories Parking Supply, Says It Must Be Managed and Priced Better (Statesman-American)
  • With Vote on Development Plan, Rochester Could Build More City Where Inner Loop Freeway Once Stood (WHAM)
  • After Driver Kills Cyclist in Nearby Suburb, Baltimore Sun Pauses to Reflect on Mayor Pugh’s Quest to Remove Bike Lane
  • CNET Asks “How Danes Are Coping” After Uber Pulls Out of Copenhagen (Spoiler Alert: They’re Fine)
  • BikePortland Visits the Rose City’s Newest Street — And It’s for Bicycles and Pedestrians Only

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Obama Says He Will Sign Transportation Bill (The Hill) House to Vote Thursday on $305 Billion Transportation Bill (The Hill) Mayors Making Commitments to “Resilience” for COP21 (Next City) DC Ranked Fourth Best City for Transit (WUSA 9) Is Georgia Ready to Leave Behind Its Historic Anti-Transit Position? (AJC) The Stranger Outlines Seattle’s “Big” Plans […]

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Man Drives Motor Vehicle Onto Sidewalk, One Dead in Latest London Terrorist Attack (BBC) American Drivers Killed at Least Three Pedestrians on Sidewalks Last Week (NJ.com, ABC 15 1, 2) Baltimore’s Revamped Bus Network Launched This Weekend (Sun 1, 2) Charm City Finally Seemed to Be Moving In the Right Direction Until Mayor Pugh Caved to Bikelash (Sun) NACTO’s Kate Fillin-Yeh: Cities Need to Think […]

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Arizona Valley Partnership Works to Catalyze Development Along Light Rail (Smart Growth America) Post-DOT, LaHood Settles Into Two New Gigs in Home State (National Journal) Apple Doubles Down on Public Transit With Embark Buy (CNET) Report: By 2020, Car-Sharing Will Have 12 Million Members Worldwide (Smart Planet) Oklahoma City Plans for Streetcar (NewsOK) Parking Wonk […]

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White House Plans to Talk Infrastructure This Week But Will Let Congress Figure Out How to Pay for It (Hill 1, 2) Denver Suburb Votes Tomorrow: Stay Sprawling or Become Walkable Around Light Rail Station? (Denver Post) Meanwhile: Atlanta’s Gwinnett County Suburbs Are Courting Walkable Downtown Development (Bisnow) Nashville’s Mayor Begins Making Case for Voters to Back Transit Expansion Funding Measure (NewsChannel 5) Toledo-Area […]

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After Commuting Troubles This Week, How Will “Mass-Transit Super Bowl” Pan Out? (Bloomberg) Meanwhile, Next City Dismisses the Transit Anxieties Atlanta Mayor Says State, Not City, to Blame for Snowjam (The Hill) Don’t Blame the Snow or the Politics — Blame the Car-Dependency (Gizmodo) Feds Put $25M Toward Green Buses (Earth Techling) More and More, Cyclists Brave the […]

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Obama Taps San Antonio Mayor as HUD Chief (NYT) Funding for DC Metro Goes Unscathed in House Bill (The Hill) LaHood Presses Lawmakers on Gas Tax (The Hill) Kansas City Streetcar Construction Officially Underway (KC Biz Journal) Bakersfield to Sue California High-Speed Rail Authority (Fresno Bee) Bacon’s Rebellion Counters WSJ Claims on the Comeback of the Suburbs Minneapolis […]