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Amtrak, Southern Rail Commission, Take Steps to Bring Service Back to the Deep SouthBy John Besche |
"Mississippi and Louisiana and conservative elected officials coming together and saying, ‘We don't want to miss this opportunity. This is our economic development. This is connecting my people.’ That's a story," said one supporter.
Thursday’s Headlines Are Ready for ChangeBy Blake Aued |
Cities are behind the curve on providing infrastructure for vehicles that fall somewhere between a bike and a car.
What’s Different About the New Federal E-Bike Credit ProposalBy Kea Wilson |
A popular proposal for a federal e-bike credit is back in front of Congress — and this time, supporters have hard proof of concept that it will be the emissions-slashing, congestion-cutting, mode-shifting tool that Americans deserve.
What Parking Reform Means for People With DisabilitiesBy Kea Wilson |
Practically every day, there's a new headline about a new effort in a U.S. city to reform its autocentric parking policies — and practically every time Streetsblog covers it, we get an email that asks what people with disabilities will do in a world with no accessible parking at all.
Wednesday’s Headlines Are Drilling, Baby, Drill!By Blake Aued |
Under President Biden, the U.S. is already producing record amounts of crude oil. That's not enough for Republicans.
The AV Revolution Probably Won’t Revolutionize Parking in Dense CitiesBy Kea Wilson |
Replacing human drivers with self-driving taxis might not actually remove many space-wasting parking lots from dense American cities, according to a new study that throws doubt onto one of the core arguments in favor of the autonomous vehicle revolution.