Today’s Headlines

  • BeltLine Has Potential to Reconnect Atlanta Neighborhoods (National JournalSaporta Report)
  • Despite Support for MARTA in Gwinnett, Vote Not Likely Any Time Soon (Curbed)
  • Atlanta First Southern City to Pass Comprehensive Energy and Water Efficiency Policy (Switchboard)
  • When Tickets Didn’t Stop Drivers From Running Stop Sign, Marietta Police Tried Humor (WXIA)
  • Opelika City Council Authorizes Alabama DOT Grant Application for Bike Lanes (OAN)
  • Birmingham Transit Leaders Travel to Jacksonville to Learn About Buses (WTVM)
  • Florida Chamber of Commerce Endorses All Aboard Florida (Sayfie Review)
  • FL County, Archaeological Group Claim Rail Line Would Damage Prehistoric Sites (Hyperallergic)
  • Five County Community Transit Brings New Service to East Mississippi (Daily Leader)

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Funding For Miami’s Downtown Tri-Rail Station in Jeopardy as Legislative Session Ends (Miami Herald) Cocoa Will Be the Aboard Florida Stop Brevard County Pushes For (Florida Today) Hillary Promises to Take Another Look at Florida High Speed Rail If Elected (Florida Politics) Brightline Alcohol Sales Clear Senate, Bill Sent to Governor Scott (Palm Beach Post) […]

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Business Leaders of Atlanta Lead the Debate Over Transit in Cobb County … … While Chatham County Businesses Demand New Bus Routes Taxpayers Must Fund New Road Because Tyler Perry Will Close Off Fort Mac (Atl Biz Journal) Cobb BRT Infighting Continues While Resident Complains to Feds Over Funding (MDJ) Durham Ghost Bikes Being Removed After […]

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Gwinnett Residents Want Better Transit But Elected Leaders Are Out of Touch (GPB) Atlanta BeltLine Moves Forward With Southside Trail (Curbed) Cobb County Commissioner: Maybe We Should Bury Interstate for Braves Stadium Access (MDJ) Officials Want to Use Special Tax Districts to Spur Growth in Downtown Albany, GA (Herald) Miami CEOs: Transit Would Solve Our Traffic Woes (Palm […]

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Birmingham Mayor Asks Legislators to Push for Federal Funding for Local Transit (Biz Journal) All Aboard Florida Will Pursue Other Funding If Denied Tax Exempt Bonds (Palm Beach Post) Law Enforcers Powerless to Stop GA Drivers From Killing Themselves and Others (Athens Banner-Herald) MARTA Oversight Committee Chair Rep. Mike Jacobs Leaves General Assembly for Judgeship […]

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SunRail Passengers Push for Earlier Start to Afternoon Commutes (Daytona Beach News Journal) Brevard County Requests All Aboard Brightline Stop (Florida Today) Public-Private Coalition Forms to Make Biking Safer in Tampa (WMNF) Savannah Transit Officials Charged With Bribery (WJXT) Will Atlanta Streetcar Meet Fare Rollout Deadlines? (WXIA) Oxford Considers Absorbing University Safe-Ride Program Into Transit Service […]