Today’s Headlines

  • Two-Acre Site Near Metrorail Sells for $13 Million for TOD Development (South Florida Biz Journal)
  • Governor-Elect Will Do “Everything” to Get Light Rail Between NOLA, Baton Rouge (Times-Picayune)
  • Southern Rail Commission Submits Application to Restore Service East of NOLA (Chipley Paper)
  • Amtrak North Carolina Announces Bike Racks in Baggage, No Fees (Corridor Capital)
  • Charlotte Observer Urges State to “Break Up” With the I-77 Toll Lanes Project
  • Asheville Considers Kicking First Transit to the Curb, Raising Bus Fares (Citizen-Times)
  • My News 13 Answers the Tired Question: Why Don’t Cyclists Have to Have Licenses Too?
  • Has the Atlanta Streetcar Learned From Its Rough First Year? (AJC)
  • 2016 State of MARTA Breakfast Features Disruptive Technology Expert (Saporta Report)

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FTA Chief Cites Charlotte Streetcar as Model for Federal Funding (The Hill) Georgia Traffic Deaths Spike With 20 Percent of Victims Walking and Biking (Augusta Chronicle) Truck Driver Kills Man on Bike and Valdosta PD Has “Safety Tips” for Cyclists (Daily Times) Walk Score: Georgia State Is Atlanta’s Most Walkable ‘Hood, Bikeability Improves Overall (Curbed) Macon Receives National Grant to Revitalize Mill Hill (GPB) […]

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First Clayton County MARTA Rider Goes to Job Interview on First Day of Service (Clayton News Daily) New MARTA Service Expected to Draw 12,000 Riders a Day (Atlanta News World) Georgia Senate Passes Transportation Bill With No Money for Transit (WXIA, Mass Transit) Mayor Tomás Regalado Promises to Veto Plan to Link Tri-Rail to Downtown (Miami Herald) Yacht Club […]

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Bi-Partisan Support for More MARTA: “The Millenials and the Young People Are Demanding It” (WXIA) Governor Haslam: State Needs to Help Middle Tennessee Plan Transit (Nashville Public Radio) Proposed Bus Ticketing System Would Include Eight Tampa-Area Counties (Mass Transit) Amtrak, Local Commission Have Nine Months to Study Reviving NOLA-to-Orlando Route (WTXL) Gentilly Resiliency District Awarded Grant to Retain Storm Water in Medians (Time-Picayune) […]

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NOLA Transit Service Still Hasn’t Recovered From Hurricane Katrina (Al Jazeera America) Firm Recommends NOLA RTA Redraw Bus Map, Decrease Headways (Times-Picayune) Transit and Walkability Are Top Priorities for Nashville Residents (Tennessean) Miami-Dade Commissioners Move to Increase Tourist Taxes to Fund Transit (Miami Today) Miami-Dade and City of Miami Could Reach Deal on Tri-Rail Depot Funding (Miami Herald) Miami […]

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Nashville Neighborhood Pledges to Go Car-Free for One Week (Nashville Biz Journal) NOLA and Baton Rouge Leaders Discuss Passenger Rail Link (Times- Picayune) Atlanta Regional Commission Looks to Millennials to Solve Problems (Saporta Report) Macon Won’t Prevent Pedestrian Deaths as Long as Police Blame Victims (Telegraph) Miami Celebrates Grand Opening of Affordable Housing Project Near Rail Line […]