Today’s Headlines

  • Senate Clears That Three-Month Patch for Transpo (Politico)
  • Pelosi: “How Can We Leave Doing That?” (The Hill)
  • States Swamp DOT With TIGER Requests (Transport Topics)
  • U.S. News & World Report: Private Sector Should Fill the Gap With Transpo Funding
  • Sen. Casey Calls for More Federal Rail Inspectors (Observer-Reporter)
  • Failing Northeast Rail Corridor Demands Solutions (Route Fifty)
  • … But the Gateway Tunnel Seems to Be “Going Nowhere Fast” (NJ Spotlight)
  • L.A.’s Plan to Bring Car-Sharing to Low-Income Neighborhoods (CityLab)
  • Boston’s New Idea: Park, Then Pedal, to Work (Boston Globe)
  • Charlotte, NC Studies Rail, Streetcar Options (WSOC)
  • Tampa Could Charge Developers More for Sprawl (Tampa Bay Times)
  •  APTA’s July Report: Average American Can Save Nearly $9,500 a Year Switching to Transit