Today’s Headlines

  • The U.S. Needs to Cut Construction Costs Before We Can Do Infrastructure Right (American Interest)
  • CA High-Speed Rail: Both in Limbo and Full-Speed Ahead (SF Chron)
  • Born in Sweden, Vision Zero Has Spread to Dozens of U.S. Cities (Governing)
  • Next City on How Cities Can Aim Higher With Vision Zero
  • In Providence, a Model for Grassroots Transpo Advocacy (American Prospect)
  • Rah Emanuel Will Need Help From Trump to Build His O’Hare Express Train (Sun Times)
  • Indianapolis BRT in Doubt (Indy Star)
  • Lists U.S. Cities with Fastest-Growing ‘Burbs
  • The Long Commute in Mexico City (CityLab)

1 thought on Today’s Headlines

  1. The 120 mile first segment of California HSR will be used by the San Joaquin.

    My prediction – the decrease in time will lead to a yuge increase in ridership on the San Joaquin.

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