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The Psychology of Why Driving Turns Us Into Jerks (Slate) How New Jersey Can Lure People Out of Cars (NextCity) Scientist Says Climate Change Contributed to Texas Flooding Disaster (Texas Tribune) “Floating Bus Stops” Can Help Solve Bike-Bus Conflicts (CityLab) Proposal to Hike Tennessee Gas Tax “Not Going Anywhere” (Times Free Press) Maryland County Testing […]

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Michigan to Spend $268 Million in General Funds on Roads Only (Detroit News) Columbus the “Lone Exception” in Midwest Population Growth (CURA OSU) Northeast Corridor Senators Push for Full Amtrak Funding (WJLA) Olympia Mother: Children Aren’t Welcome in My Neighborhood Streets (WaPo) Oregon May Test Mileage Tax to Replace Gas Tax (Associated Press) “Ridesharing” Could Save St. Louis Area Commuters […]

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Why Is Funding Amtrak So Hard? (WaPo) Bike-Share’s Huge Growth Curve Not Likely to Slow (Treehugger) Raleigh Residents Asked to Choose Between Light Rail and Bus Rapid Transit (NextCity) Baltimore Police Officer Critically Injures 12-Year-Old With Cruiser (CBS Baltimore) North Carolina DOT Urging “High Alert” After Two 9-Year-Old Cyclists Struck (WNCN) The App That Lets […]

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What It’s Like to Be Carless in Sprawling Phoenix (Talking Points Memo) Seattle Wants Developers to Give Tenants Bus Passes, Not Parking Spots (CityLab) Oregonian: Trucker Who Ran Red Light and Killed Three Children Shouldn’t Be Charged Politifact Evaluates Claim That Portland’s Bike Network Cost Less Than Single Highway Mile San Francisco Considering Housing Subsidies for Six-Figure […]

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Maryland Cutting Tolls for Truckers While Governor Pleads Poverty on Transit Projects (WBAL11) Connecticut’s New CTFastrak BRT Surpasses First Year Ridership Goal in Five Weeks (FoxCT) Where Millennials Can Afford to Buy Homes — Mostly the Midwest Zillow Brookings Analyzes Employment in Infrastructure What Really Happened to America’s Streetcars (Vox) Smart Growth Seattle: Why We Don’t Need […]

Streetsblog Retains BlankSlate to Strengthen Our Bottom Line

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Earlier this year, I wrote about the imperative for Streetsblog to generate more revenue from our website. With so many unsold impressions, ads were a clear opportunity to put Streetsblog’s sizable reach to use strengthening our bottom line. Today I’m pleased to announce that we’ve retained BlankSlate to help us sell ads and make good on that […]