Today’s Headlines

  • Developers Are Buying Property and Displacing Residents Along Miami’s Future Waterfront (CityLab)
  • WMFE Looks at Transit Ridership, Road Construction, and Privatization in Florida
  • Florida Still Has Second-Most Pedestrian Deaths in U.S. as Fatalities Increase Overall (Tampa Bay Times)
  • NASCAR’s Jimmy Johnson Will Bike From Asheville to Charlotte to Raise Safety Awareness (Xpress)
  • Roseboro Man Arrested After Fleeing From Stop for Bicycling Without Lights (Sampson Independent)
  • Atlanta’s Homes Effect How We Move Around the City (Medium)
  • MARTA Funding Plan B Hits Georgia Assembly This Week (Atl Biz Chronicle)
  • As Stores Leave Auburn Avenue, Some Question the Success of the Atlanta Streetcar (Curbed)

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MARTA Releases Wish List for Referendum Funds (AJC) Athens Transit Study Finds People Want More Transit (Banner-Herald) North Carolina Legislators Look to Lift Light Rail Cap (News & Observer) Orlando and Orange County Officials Plan Light Rail From Airport to Convention Center (WFTV) Sorry Florida, But “Education” Means Zilch Without Streets Designed for Cycling (Village News) Thanks to Rick Scott, […]

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Dolphins, Jaguars, Buccaneers, and NASCAR Want Money From Florida Taxpayers (WPEC) If Pedestrian Safety Is a “Team Effort,” What Team Is FDOT On? (WJXT) University of South Florida Students to Get Free Fare on Public Buses (Bradenton Herald) Trains Aren’t Out for Wake — County “Committed” to Commuter Rail (News & Observer) MARTA Had a Good Year, But No One’s Asking […]

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Seattle Pines for Federal Dollars Atlanta Won for Transit (WXIA) MARTA Employee Absences Cost Agency Over $3 Million Annually (AJC) Charlotte Can Learn a Lot About Resiliency From New Orleans (Plan Charlotte) Megabus to Move Into Union Passenger Terminal in New Orleans (WDSU) High-Rises and New City Zoning Come to Upper Peninsula in Charleston (City Paper) […]

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NC House Passes Amendment to Remove Light Rail Cap From State Budget (ChapelBoro) FTA Announces $93.4 Million Grant Agreement for SunRail Southern Expansion (WFTV) Florida Senate Candidate Accuses Incumbent of Derailing SunRail Northern Expansion (Orlando Sentinel) Miami-Dade Mayor Pushes for Transit Privatization (Mass Transit) Naples Legislator Tries Again With Florida Vulnerable User Bill (News-Press) New Atlanta Traffic Light Merits a Ribbon-Cutting (Neighbor […]

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BeltLine Has Potential to Reconnect Atlanta Neighborhoods (National Journal, Saporta 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 […]

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Brightline Wall Cuts Off Black Neighborhood From Downtown Miami (New Times) Tri-Rail Contract Awarded to New Firm; 100 Laid Off (South Florida Business Journal) Tampa Bay Times Columnist Profiles Pedestrian Run Over By Driver in SUV Transpo Officials Detail Three South Florida Bike/Ped Safety Projects (TC Palm) Crystal City Metro Station Adds to Arlington Transit […]