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

Today’s Headlines

8:45 AM EDT on April 28, 2015

    • DC's Silver Line to Dulles Is Behind Schedule, Over Budget (WaPo, The Hill)
    • Overall, Mayors Want Washington to "Do Something" (Politico)
    • One Chart Shows What's Gone Wrong With the Highway Trust Fund (City Lab)
    • Foxx: Time to "Get Unrealistic" to Solve Transpo Situation (Transport Topics)
    • Urban Vanguards to Descend on the Biggest Little City in the World (Reno Gazette-Journal)
    • Rising Costs Spell Doubt for Minneapolis Light Rail (MPR News)
    • This Morning, Shuster Talks Infrastructure with National Journal
    • The Good and Bad of New Microtransit Options (City Lab)
    • Ridership Reaches Record High for Metro-North's New Haven Line (CT Now)
    • Does Uber Really Qualify as "Alternative Transportation"? (Next City)
    • Alexandria Picks Preferred Site for New Metro Station (WaPo)
    • A New Option for Walking and Biking in Downtown Tampa (83 Degrees)

Stay in touch

Sign up for our free newsletter

More from Streetsblog USA

Tuesday’s Headlines Are Trending Down

An estimated 19,515 people died in car crashes during the first half of 2023, which is down 3.3 percent but still 19,515 too many.

October 3, 2023

What Do ‘Livable’ Streets Look Like in an Era of Driverless Cars?

Does a world of autonomous cars really have to make our streets less human? Possibly.

October 3, 2023

Why Chicago Advocates Are Providing Bikes to Migrants

Unless funds are freed up from a larger entity, bike distribution to asylum seekers is going to stay in crisis mode indefinitely.

October 2, 2023

Monday’s Headlines Are Open for Business

Monday will be just another Monday for federal employees, as Congress avoided a government shutdown. Plus, declining gas tax revenue provides an opportunity to rethink transportation funding.

October 2, 2023

Why Connecticut is Investing in New Regional Rail

Gov. Ned Lamont will spend $315 million investment on new rail cars — but they're not going anywhere near Grand Central. Here's why.

October 2, 2023
See all posts