Skip to Content
Streetsblog USA home
Streetsblog USA home
Log In
    • White House to host Conference on the Great Outdoors next month -- will transportation be on the agenda? (LAT)
    • Could White House urban affairs chief Carrion to become New York state's No. 2? (Crain's)
    • Voters in Pennsylvania, where a big-ticket Senate race is splitting time with debate over tolling I-80, favor the new tolls by a 49 to 44 margin ... (Std. Speaker)
    • ... while in another closely watched Senate campaign, California voters are seeing new ads attacking Republican Tom Campbell for supporting a gas tax increase (F. Bee)
    • California commuter rail takes major step towards electrification (Merc News)
    • Orlando's local transit could see a lift as statewide high-speed rail takes shape (Tampa Trib)
    • Meet the wealthy crop of electric car-curious who are testing the waters for the auto industry's hoped-for boom (NYT)
    • Two senators object to airlines' frequent requests for an exemption from new federal tarmac-delay rules (Boxer Press)
    • Obama's second nominee to lead transportation security work withdraws under a cloud (WaPo)

Stay in touch

Sign up for our free newsletter

More from Streetsblog USA

Advocates Share What It Takes to Fight Highway Expansions in Court 

What does it take to sue your state DOT? Time, money, the right partners, and a little creativity, a recent survey of activists found.

July 19, 2024

Friday Video: Paris Does it Again

Come for the bike-friendly streets, but stay for adopt-a-tree program and all the car-free school roadways.

July 19, 2024

Talking Headways Podcast: IrrePLACEable

Kevin Kelley on his book Irreplaceable: How to Create Extraordinary Places that Bring People Together, and the future of downtowns.

July 18, 2024

This Heat Wave is a Car Dependency Problem

Our quickly warming planet has a unique impact on people who don't or can't drive — and we need policy action to protect their health.

July 18, 2024

A Hillbilly Elegy for Thursday’s Headlines

Ohio Sen. J.D. Vance, the Republican nominee for vice president, supports more federal subsidies for giant, deadly, gas-guzzling trucks and SUVs.

July 18, 2024
See all posts