Colorado’s economy would reap $700 million annually from high-speed rail along I-70, according to a new study — but where will the funding come from? (Colorado Public Radio)
Rowers — not drivers — are the surprising antagonists against a bike and pedestrian bridge over Washington, D.C.'s Anacostia River. (Washington Post)
If Phoenix voters approve Prop 105, artists who’ve designed public art for the Valley Metro light rail extension that would be out of a job. (New Times)
The Utah DOT is introducing bike boxes to Salt Lake City. (Tribune)
Streetcar roundup: Tempe construction has wrapped up for the season (AZ Big Media). Boise is setting aside $600,000 to study a circulator (Boise State Public Radio). Kansas City added a sixth streetcar to its fleet today (KSHB). A 70-year-old Fort Collins trolley is almost ready to return to service (Coloradoan).
This New Jersey driver gave a new meaning to the term "double-parked." (NY Post)
This week we’re joined by Bob Searns to talk about his new book and grand ideas for walking trails that circle whole regions and more local routes that make up a new mode of green infrastructure in cities.