Today’s Headlines

  • Rep. Bill Shuster, “Prince of Asphalt,” Gets Challenged From the Right (Roll Call)
  • San Francisco Bike-Share Off to a Good Start (Examiner) — or Is It? (Streetsblog SF)
  • Another Great Quarter For Transit Ridership (APTA)
  • Turns Out There Really Are a Lot of Lexuses in Those HOT Lanes (Marketplace)
  • California Cyclists Soon at Lower Risk of Getting Jerry-Browned, If We Can Still Call It That (KPCC)
  • Pennsylvania State House Leader Plans Vote on Transpo Bill He Personally Opposes (AP, CBS)
  • Two Cyclists Killed in Chapel Hill. Can New Bike Plan Make the City Safer? (Daily Tar Heel)
  • Could Paying People Not to Drive Relieve Congestion? (Eno)
  • NPR‘s Science Friday Learns How to Retrofit Car-Centric Sprawl for Transit
  • Taxing Carbon Is Like Taxing Diamonds: It Primarily Affects the 1 Percent (HuffPo)
  • Street Designs to Keep Pedestrians Safe (Good)