The self-driving future is coming sooner than you might have expected—to a suburban office park in California's Bay Area.
11 hours ago   San Jose Mercury News - Silicon Beat
Built for industry and known for sprawl, the Valley has long preserved its suburban geography. Now that its population is close to 40 percent of the city of Los Angeles, area leaders are speaking up for mass transit.
Sep 20, 2015   The Planning Report
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Come gather 'round people wherever you roamAnd admit that the waters around you have grownAnd accept it that soon you'll be drenched to the boneIf your time to you is worth savin' Blog Post
Sep 19, 2015   By Todd Litman
The curious case of Cleveland's new "buffered" bike lanes. The question: Why are the buffers placed between the bike lane and the curb?
Sep 19, 2015   Streetsblog USA
Four years behind schedule and $50 million over budget, the Silver Spring Transit Center will be open to bus business on September 20, 2015. Eventually, light rail will also serve the location.
Sep 19, 2015   PlanItMetro
Despite claims that urban truck traffic continues to rise, recent data shows no real increase in urban vehicle miles traveled. Online shopping may be helping keep people off the roads.
Sep 18, 2015   City Observatory City Commentary
Los Angeles County has dreamed the impossible dream—and will now provide transit access to all of its transit agencies with the use of one fare card.
Sep 18, 2015   Curbed LA
The privately owned and operated bus service known as Leap never recovered from its brush with regulators in May 2015.
Sep 17, 2015   San Francisco Examiner
Refusing to raise the 20-cent gas tax, creative Texas legislators have devised another scheme to divert existing revenue streams to roads. Last year it was a portion of the Rainy Day Fund. This year, from general sales and motor vehicle sales taxes.
Sep 17, 2015   KCBD
Innocent until proven guilty—unless you're a pedestrian in the court of opinion.
Sep 17, 2015   Streets MN
Add another $200 million to the $910 million shortfall already facing Honolulu's rail project. The changing circumstances surrounding the project won't make it any easier to create a viable funding plan to make up the difference.
Sep 16, 2015   Honolulu Star-Advertiser