Trump’s Budget Proposal Put Atlanta’s Transit Plans in Danger (WABE) Advocates Prevail Over Destructive Road Widening in Toledo (Toledo Blade) Houston Continues to Delay on Approving its Awesome Bike Plan (Chronicle) TransitCenter’s Jon Orcutt Talks to WBUR About Why Transit Ridership Is Falling $60 Vehicle Fee Could Help Fund Transit in Milwaukee County (Mass Transit Magazine) Second […]
Texas High-Speed Rail Ramps Up DC Lobbying (The Hill) San Diego Weighs New Taxes to Beef Up Transit (SD Union-Trib) In Minnesota, Metro Area Subsidizes Rural Transpo (StarTrib) Redfin: Transit Access Increases Home Values (Silicon Beat) St. Louis Streetcar Ready for Test Runs (KWMU) Should Cyclists Be Taxed for Road Upgrades? (Urban Milwaukee) Orlando Strives to Become “Theme […]
It's Parking Madness season at Streetsblog, and if you're just joining us, this year's competition is all about how we sabotage transit by surrounding stations with huge fields of parking. First round action continues today as Toronto takes on the Boston suburb of Malden. Vote for the worst to send it through to the round of eight.
Trump’s Empty Rhetoric on Infrastructure Has Been Exposed (NYT) Transit Industry and Rail Advocates Blast Trump’s Budget (Progressive Railroading) In Chicago, Cycling Enforcement Discriminates Against Black People on Bikes (Chicago Trib) WaPo: Trump Demonizes Cities Because They’re a Threat to His Agenda Seattle Spends More on New Transit Than Any U.S. City (Seattle Times) How the White House Could Derail […]