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    • L.A. Purple Line Gets $1.5B From Feds (KPCC)
    • Transit Workers, Supporters Rally for Funding in D.C. (Examiner)
    • Shuster Takes Republican Primary in PA (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
    • Boston Ranks Safest in Nation for Walking (Mass Live); Orlando Again Ranks Worst (Sentinel)
    • Why Do American-Indians Have Higher Pedestrian Fatality Rates? (KPLU)
    • Study: All Aboard Florida Will Create Over 10,000 Jobs (South Florida Biz Journal)
    • Downtown Development Experts Converge in Detroit (Model D)
    • Cincinnati Opts to Take "Use It Or Lose It" Funds for Streetcar (Cincinnati.com)
    • CT Mirror Op-Ed: BRT Offers Chance to Reinvent CT's Main Streets
    • Sprawl Defines Long-Term Vision for Prince George's County, MD (GGW)
    • Downtown Boise Divided on Bike Lanes (Idaho Statesman)

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