Skip to Content
Streetsblog USA home
Log In

Today’s Headlines

7:50 AM EST on February 10, 2010

    • Early draft of Senate jobs bill emerges: $20B for the highway trust fund and Build America Bond language, but no new funding for TIGER grants (Politico)
    • AASHTO unveils website touting more than 280,000 "highway and transit jobs" created or sustained by the stimulus law's focus on transportation -- Democrats hail the news (EPW Press)
    • In New Jersey, a push mounts to add a biking and walking path to the state's federally funded Amtrak bridge reconstruction project (JC Independent)
    • Toyota, facing a flurry of negative attention from the government, turns to its lobbying army (Politico)
    • Washington state moves forward with extra vehicle licensing fees to fund transit (P-I Blog)
    • What a Snowpocalypse can do to urban pedestrian culture ... (TheCityFix)
    • ... and to states' already strapped transportation budgets (WSJ, MD Reporter)

Stay in touch

Sign up for our free newsletter

More from Streetsblog USA

Wednesday’s Headlines Are Too Fast, Too Furious

When it comes to speeding, why don't regulators and automakers save drivers from themselves?

November 29, 2023

Reader Roundup: What the Demise of the Intercity Bus Station Means for Passengers

Here's just a few of the horror stories we heard from readers who are struggling with the inter-city bus industry's latest push for "curbside" loading.

November 29, 2023

Highway Boondoggles 2023: Is the BQE the Queen of All Boondoggles?

New York City set to squander a once-in-a-generation opportunity to fix a polluting and outdated highway.

November 29, 2023

Bay Area Transit Agencies Struggles to Define a Vision for the Future

Leaders plan to put a regional tax measure on the ballot, but first they need to show what those taxes would do for the Bay Area transit system.

November 29, 2023

The Price Is Right for Tuesday’s Headlines

If congestion pricing works in New York City, City Lab predicts that other U.S. cities will quickly follow suit.

November 28, 2023
See all posts