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    • More Delays for Groundbreaking of California High-Speed Rail (Mercury News)
    • For First Time Ever, National Gas Prices Top $3 For 1,000 Days (The Hill)
    • Advocates Share Strategies for Fighting "Bike Backlash" (Bike Portland)
    • Study: More TOD Bang-for-the-Buck With BRT Than Light Rail, Streetcars (Forbes)
    • Fund to Build "Sustainable, Transit-Friendly" Avenue for Detroit (MLive)
    • Will Honolulu Rail Save Paradise, or Ruin It? (EENews)
    • Rebuilding Place: You Can't Have the Perks of Density Without the Density Itself
    • Will Fifth Time Be the Charm for Three-Foot Rule for Bikes in CA? (LA Times)
    • Binghamton, NY, Considers Privatizing Transit (WBNG)
    • Cartoonist, Cycling Advocate Andy Singer Explores "Why We Drive" (AP)

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