Today’s Headlines

  • Hotbed of Innovation: “Cycling Is What Makes Everything Else in Amsterdam Work” (Politico)
  • Here in the U.S., Ford Researches How Humans Deal With “Driverless” Overlords (Verge, Wired)
  • Trump Administration and Congress Ease Off Driverless Car Safety Regs; Slate Is Not Impressed
  • WMATA Trumpets “Success” of Running Fewer Trains So More Of Them Are On Time (WaPo)
  • No-Brainer: Columbia Looks to Price Public Parking Based on Demand (Missourian)
  • Dallas City Council Endorses Downtown Subway, Streetcar Alignments (Dallas News, D Mag)
  • San Diego Nixes Bike-Share in Outer Areas, Focuses on Core; NIMBYs Rejoice (La Jolla Light)
  • Dockless Bike-Share: Rogue Operations, or Challengers to City-Sanctioned Monopolies? (Vice)
  • Bike Commuting Growth Has Leveled Off, But Some Cities Still Making Gains (Bike League)
  • Chattanooga Does Park(ing) Day (Times Free Press); In DC, Police Are Not On Board (GGW)
  • Vooch

    Bike share in San Diego areas of LaJolla, PB, Bird Rock, and Mission Bay is self evident. Amazing that anyone would oppose this.

    The number of cyclists running errands & commuting in LaJolla has grown dramatically in last 3 years. Latent demand for bike share must be enormous in LaJolla and Bird Rock.

  • AMH

    “[Amsterdam] is experimenting with ideas like removing traffic lights at intersections to encourage more considerate driving.”

    U.S. cities sit up and take notice. I’m looking at you, NYC.