Today’s Headlines

  • Anthony Foxx: Transportation Funding Doesn’t Actually Run Out Until July (The Hill)
  • Austin’s Award-Winning Bus Signal System Only Works 15-20 Percent of the Time (KUT.org)
  • Portland Reforms TIF Districts (The Oregonian)
  • Atlanta’s MARTA Looking for Public Input on Rail Expansion Proposal (Progressive Railroading)
  • The Average U.S. Household Spends $800 a Month on Car-Related Expenses (Planetizen)
  • Connecticut’s New CTfastrak — Best Busway in America? (Medium)
  • Cycling Rates in Inner London Have Increased 144 Percent in the Last Decade (The Guardian)
  • Memphis Will Tear Out Newly Installed Bike Lanes (Memphis Daily News)
  • Boston Residents Like the One-Way Streets That Resulted From Heavy Snow (Globe)
  • Cincinnati Adjusting Parking Meter Rates Based on Demand (Enquirer)
  • DCs School Options Getting Better, But Getting Kids to School Is Harder (City Paper)