Skip to Content
Streetsblog USA home
Streetsblog USA home
Log In
Today's Headlines

Today’s Headlines

8:55 AM EDT on August 11, 2014

    • New Bill in U.S. House and Senate Would Turn North Carolina Roads Into Interstates (Sun Journal)
    • Will MO Transpo Projects Move Forward Despite Defeat of Amendment 7? No. Maybe. (Globe, LNO)
    • Bike Lanes, Bike Share, and Better Transit Coming to Raleigh? (North Raleigh News)
    • Ensuring the CEQA Tail No Longer Wags the Planning Dog (CPDR)
    • San Francisco Cracking Down on Employers Failing to Offer Transit Benefit (Examiner)
    • Denver's Top City Planner Drives an Hour to Work Every Day From His Farm (Post)
    • Has Dallas Already Nixed the Idea of Replacing I-345 With a Boulevard? (Morning News)
    • Georgia Study: Traffic Up 14 Percent With School Back in Session (AJC)
    • Seattle Bike-Share Coming "Pronto" (King 5)
    • Confusion Over Indy Bike-Share Fees Lead to Huge Overtime Charges (AP)
    • A Next Technological Step Forward Before the Advent of the Driverless Car? (In the Capital)

Stay in touch

Sign up for our free newsletter

More from Streetsblog USA

Agencies Need to Use Federal Funding to Buy Land for Transit Oriented Development

Transit agencies do not prioritize transit-adjacent housing development often because they lack funding to acquire land.

February 29, 2024

On Eve of Congestion Pricing, Plate Scams at NYC Bridge Tolls are Way Up

About 1.5 percent of the cars that passed through the MTA's bridges and tunnels in 2023 had unbillable license plates. And that number is up.

February 29, 2024

Thursday’s Headlines Walk on By

Giving more space to walking and biking is one of the keys to reversing climate change, a new study finds.

February 29, 2024

How the Next Generation of Mobility Justice Leaders Are Fighting For Transportation Equity

... and what they wish other transportation advocates knew about their work.

February 28, 2024

Wednesday’s Headlines Escalated Quickly

There's no question that building more bike lanes encourages more people to bike. But how you sell the public on them matters.

February 28, 2024
See all posts