The effects of the pandemic, whom transit agencies should serve and how traffic laws are enforced will be issues for a while.
More news outlets ponder the post-pandemic future of transit and wonder whether Biden's DOT can truly be transformative.
There's a lot to like about House Dems' new transportation bill, and a lot to dislike about the new breed of ginormous pickups.
Streets take up too much space, Elon Musk's tunnels are a joke, the days of cheap Uber rides are over and more.
Biden cuts off talks with Senate Republicans, already massive SUVs are made even deadlier by heavy batteries, Amtrak restores service and more headlines.
Big SUVs, intercity trails for bikes, progressives PO'd about infrastructure, another blow to TCI, a world without parking garages and more.
House Democrats enter the infrastructure fray, driving is back to pre-pandemic levels and more headlines.
What few drivers were on the road during 2020's lockdowns were more reckless than ever, killing more people than any year since 2007.
Tearing down urban freeways is finally getting serious consideration. So what next? Plus, the latest on infrastructure and Amtrak expansion plans.
Whither the high-speed rail in Biden's infrastructure plan? And are transit agencies better off using scarce funds to eliminate fares or improve service?
Some good news for public transit (though not from Senate Republicans). Plus all the other news.
Let's face it, you're done with this week.