Today’s Headlines

  • LaHood asks governors to direct transportation stimulus money to economically struggling areas (WSJ)
  • Still reeling from a fatal crash, D.C. Metro has another problem: Bus and train operators texting while driving (Bloomberg)
  • Boxer takes a big-tent approach as she drafts climate bill (CQ)
  • If Wall Street can profit off of oil speculation, won’t the same thing happen in a carbon cap-and-trade market? Two senators have thought of this (Post-Chronicle)

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Phoenix City Council Vote on Light Rail Project Pushed to Next Week (AZ Central) Cincinnati Mayor Proposes Cuts to Traffic Calming, Bike Lanes (WCPO) Las Vegas Light Rail Could Spur New Development (Review-Journal) Deadline Detroit and Daily Detroit Blast Anti-Bike-Lane Crain’s Op-Ed County Selects Route for St. Paul Streetcar Line (Star Tribune) MBTA Tries Surge […]

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Georgia Will Spend $100 Million on Kinda-Sorta BRT for Atlanta (AJC) Purple Line Construction in Maryland Moves Ahead (WTOP) Las Vegas Review-Journal Continues Crusade Against Light-Rail Las Vegas Sun: Light Rail Recommendation “Something to Cheer About” Smart Sensors Will Help Portland Design Safer Streets (KATU, Oregonian) Topeka Has a Walking Problem, Not a Parking Problem […]