Today’s Headlines

  • L.A. Gets Ready to Pursue $1.1B Federal Grant for Subway Extension (Progressive Railroading)
  • D.C. Metro CEO to Step Down in January (WaPo)
  • GAO: More Transparency Needed With TIGER Grants (Transpo Topics)
  • After Spike in Transit Worker Fatalities, NTSB Offers Recommendations (Roll Call)
  • How Should Atlanta’s Beltline Project Grapple With Equity? (Creative Loafing Atlanta)
  • Boosting Pennsylvania’s Train Ridership No Easy Challenge (Pop City)
  • As NJ’s Transpo Funds Run Dry, Should Gas Tax Hike Be on the Table? (NorthJersey.comPhilly.com)
  • In Twin Cities, New Transpo Funding Method Aims to Reduce Racial Inequality (Next City)
  • Are Uber and Lyft Good for Sustainability? (Mobility Lab)
  • Panel Urges Tampa Leaders to Continue Transit Push (Tampa Bay Biz Journal)
  • Does the 3-Foot Rule for Bikes Actually Work? (Outside)
  • Bolwerk

    NJ FTW! I love how Republikans are such abject failures at fiscal responsibility, almost without exception blundering worse than the supposedly spendthrift libruls they complain about.

  • Lars Ulrich

    “The cause of the financial crisis is debt, which has ballooned to $18.2 billion”

    is the Christie Administration responsible for that entire figure, or are you just a hack?