Today’s Headlines

  • Uber and Lyft Want to Replace Bus Service in Sprawling Areas (Bloomberg)
  • How Many Americans Don’t Know How to Ride a Bike? (FiveThirtyEight)
  • 46 States Now Ban Texting and Driving (State Knowledge Center)
  • 10 Cities That Are Booting Cars Off Their Streets (Business Insider)
  • Dallas Plans to Build a Parking Deck on a Highway Deck (Dallas News)
  • FTA: Closing Cleveland’s Public Square to Buses Would Violate BRT Agreement (Plain Dealer)
  • White House Sets New Fuel Efficiency Standards for Heavy Trucks (WaPo)
  • FRA Awards $25 Million for 11 Positive Train Control Projects (Global Travel Industry News)
  • “Transit Armageddon” Coming to New Jersey if New Tunnels Aren’t Fast-Tracked (
  • RedFin Ranks the 10 American Cities Building the Most Walkable Development (Construction Dive)

2 thoughts on Today’s Headlines

  1. Despite the flashy and expensive “stations”, BRT, as with any other bus line can simply be rerouted to become less useful. Thanks Cleveland RTA.

  2. Despite exclusive lanes, BRT can be filled with other traffic. See Chicago Loop Link.

    Railroad tracks are the only way.

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