Today’s Headlines

  • Trump Revamps FASTLANE Grant; INFRA Program Focused More on Private Funding and Rural Needs (Hill)
  • Oregon Governor, Legislative Leaders Reach Deal on Scaled-Down Transportation Funding Package (Register-Guard)
  • Reshaping the DART Board Isn’t About Suburb vs. City; It’s About Running a Useful Transit System (D Magazine)
  • Hampton Roads Transit Looks to Straighten Out Its Winding Bus Routes (Daily Press)
  • “Supercommuters” Get Lots of Attention, But It’s a Small Group and Numbers Aren’t Skyrocketing (City Observatory)
  • Facing Budget Crunch, City of Poughkeepsie Bus System to Be Taken Over By County (Poughkeepsie Journal)
  • Five Steps to Help Make Bay Area Transit Affordable to Low-Income Riders (SPUR)
  • Former Head of City Club of Chicago Moves to Florida, Is “Shocked” to Discover Dangers of Biking There (Sun Sentinel)
  • Albuquerque Suburb Parks Mobile Speed Cameras in Bike Lanes, Tells Residents It’s Completely Legal (KRQE)
  • New Book Looks at Lessons From the Bike Boom (and Collapse) of the 1970s (Curbed)
  • david vartanoff

    A first step only hinted at in SPUR’s letter would be for BART to immediately start honoring AC,and other local bus agency passes as they do the Muni Fast Pass–which should revert to a single lower price rather than the premium or regular as now. And, NONE of the bus agencies shouldbe paying BART for this usage.