Today’s Headlines

  • Maybe Dororthy Rabinowitz Was Right About the All-Powerful Bike Lobby (Salon)
  • Commerce Sec. Penny Pritzker Touts U.S. Bicycle Industry (Bike Portland)
  • American Millennials May Be Cool on Them But “Cars Are All the Rage Among Asian Plutocrats” (WaPo)
  • Something to Think About When Considering the Decoupling of VMT and the Unemployment Rate (AP)
  • Building Infrastructure Will Never Be This Cheap Again (Seattle Times)
  • Amtrak Warming to Roll-On Bicycles (WNDU)
  • Portland’s Urban Growth Boundary Weakens With Camas City Council Vote (Columbian)
  • Colorado Considers 10-Year Sales Tax for Transportation (Denver Post)
  • Reverse Sprawl and Private Transit for the Rich: Mapping San Francisco’s Corporate Shuttles (Wired)
  • World’s 10 Most Sustainable Cities (C40)