Today’s Headlines

  • City of Atlanta Accepting Applications for First Ever Chief Bicycle Officer (ATL Bicycle Coalition)
  • Advocates Hopeful New MARTA Oversight Chair Will Find Funding for Transit (WABE)
  • Georgia Moves Forward With Transit Bonds; How Money Will Be Divided Still In Question (Saporta)
  • St. Simons Island Is Improving Its Bike Paths (FL Times-Union)
  • Martin County Officials Want All Aboard Project Stopped Because School Buses Cross Tracks (WPBF)
  • Positive Train Control Will Be Fully Implemented in Charlotte-Raleigh Corridor by Year-End (WTVD)
  • Birmingham’s Famous Transit and Disability Advocate, “Peanut Man,” Has Passed (Alabama Live)
  • Fairhope, Alabama: A Case Study in Land “Single Tax” Philosophy (Slate)

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SC DOT Commissioner Attacks Environmentalists’ Ability to Challenge Projects (The State) Beltline Bill to Allow PPPs Passes Georgia House (AJC) Transpo Funding Questions Remain as GA Legislative Session Wraps (WJXT) Doral Developers Bank on Mixed-Use Projects and Walkability for City’s Future (Miami Herald) With Reckless Drivers Under Control, Florida DOT Focuses on “Distracted Walking” (Sun-Sentinel) Opponents Say Miami […]

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Alabama Transit Advocates Hold Rally at State Capitol (Alabama Live) League of Women Voters Holds Charleston Lowcountry Transit Forum (Greenfield Reporter) Macon Transit Authority Gives Free Rides for “Stand Up For Transit” Day (The Telegraph) Lawsuit Alleges All Aboard Florida Florida Would Disturb Fossils (New Times) Miami Officials to Vet Cost Estimate for Downtown Tri-Rail Link […]

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Economic Development Agency CEO Says Miami Needs More Transit (Miami Herald) Jacksonville to Hold Public Meetings on Bicycle Safety (FCN) Gulf Coast Towns Vie for Bragging Rights on Public Turnout for Amtrak Run (Atmore Advance) Mississippi Senator: Gulf Coast Line “Essential” to National Passenger Rail Network (Y’all Politics) In Alabama, Many Are Forced to Rely on Expensive Taxis Due […]

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Baton Rouge Participates in U.S. DOT Program to Link People With Jobs (Advocate) Planners: Baton Rouge Should Look to the Past to Guide Future Growth (Advocate) Both Gubernatorial Candidates Support Baton Rouge to NOLA Rail Line (Advocate) Florida-Alabama TPO Long-Range Plan Will Widen Highways (News Journal) University of Miami Says Policies to Reduce Campus Car Traffic Are […]

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M-ART-A (Saporta Report) NCDOT Awards Ten Bicycle and Pedestrian Planning Grants (Stanley News & Press) MARTA Hosts National “Stand Up for Transportation” Town Hall Thursday (Neighbor Newspaper) Montgomery Hosts Two Day Transit Symposium for National Advocacy Day (Alabama Live) Eight Out of Five Hundred Drivers Found Guilty of Three-Foot Rule in Florida (Bike Walk Lee) […]

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Montgomery Receives “Bicycle Friendly” Designation (Montgomery Advertiser) Alabama Gets Slammed in First ASCE Infrastructure Report Card (WVTM) Tennessee’s Transportation Wish-List Would Take 51 Years to Build (Commercial Appeal) Atlanta Metro Chamber Prioritizes Transit for 2016 Legislative Session (AJC) WABE Looks at What MARTA Needs to Do to Move Forward With Expansion Atlanta Approves 50-Mile Streetcar […]