Skip to Content
Streetsblog USA home
Streetsblog USA home
Log In
    • U.S. Car Sales Down From Post-Recession High, With Possible Long-Term Stagnation (BBC)
    • Billions Will Go Down the Drain as Self-Driving Car Bonanza Results In Handful of Winners (Bloomberg)
    • Georgia's Latest Idea to Expand Highways: Toll-Free Truck-Only Lanes Near Atlanta (WSB)
    • Could High-Speed Rail Network Revitalize Southern New England's Mid-Sized Cities? (Bloomberg)
    • Portland Businesses Cry Out for Parking Solution; Obvious First Step: Add Meters (Oregon Business)
    • Suburban Democrats Voted Against Oregon Transportation Deal Because of Highway Tolls (Willamette Week)
    • Gov. Cuomo Backs Buffalo Light Rail Expansion, But It's Far From a Sure Thing (Investigative Post)
    • Nashville Mayor Backs Off Airport Privatization as Revenue Source to Build Light Rail (Biz Journal)
    • Knives Are Out to Kill Pedestrian Safety Improvements in Honolulu's Chinatown (Civil Beat)
    • Residents Fear Traffic From Wider Sidewalks, Fewer Car Lanes on Route 1 in North Palm Beach (PB Post)

Stay in touch

Sign up for our free newsletter

More from Streetsblog USA

Friday’s Headlines Take Me to the River

Politico reports that the Biden administration is investing $2.5 billion in updating aging Mississippi River locks and dams like this one in Iowa. Transporting freight by barge produces less emissions than trucks or even rail.

July 12, 2024

Friday Video: Take a Spin on Boston’s Electric Cargo Bike Share

Can't afford a $7,000 Urban Arrow cargo e-bike ? In Boston, you can now rent one for just a few bucks.

July 12, 2024

Talking Headways Podcast: Electrify the Rails

Adrianna Rizzo of Californians for Electric Rail on California's looming lobbyist-fueled hydrogen train mistake: "We’re locking in low service for potentially decades."

July 11, 2024

Thursday’s Headlines Drive Less

Seems obvious that the more people drive, the more likely they are to die in a crash or kill someone else, but traditional thinking on traffic safety doesn't always follow that logic, according to Planetizen.

July 11, 2024
See all posts