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Weekly Transportation News



  1. Pioneer Press: Jobs Group Wants More Minorities, Women Building Central Corridor Line
  2. Grist: Why Public Transportation is Good for Kids
  3. Red Wing Republican Eagle: Rail Advocates Look to Tuesday Election
  4. Star Tribune: Park-and-Ride Plans Accelerate
  5. Star Tribune: Ramsey Still Waiting at the Station
  6. Finance & Commerce: Ground Contamination Adding to Cost of LRT Facility along Hiawatha
  7. Star Tribune: Metro Transit Appeals to Loyalty
  8. BizTimes: Wisconsin DOT Suspends High-Speed Rail Work
  9. Hawaii News Now: Minnesota Voters Could Have Impacted Honolulu's Rail Project


  1. Pioneeer Press: St. Paul Eyed Next for Self-Serve Bike Sharing
  2. Fast Lane Blog: Walk Friendly Communities Encoruages Towns and Cities to Support Safer Walking Environments
  3. BikePortland: Oberstars Defeat: Reactions, a Look Back, and a Note of Thanks
  4. Star Tribune: St. Paul Takes Up Sidewalk Rules
  5. BikePortland: National Bike Leaders Weigh in on Tumultuous Elections
  6. Austin Post-Bulletin: Walkability Audit Could Affect Future Landscape
  7. The Line: Afternoon with an Urbanist 1: "Joe Urban" on the Bottom-Line Reasons We Need Walkable Cities


  1. MPR: Crosstown Project Finishes Early in Minneapolis
  2. Finance & Commerce: News about Minnesota Bridges? Suitable for Halloween Weekend
  3. Star Tribune: More Metro Pay Lanes are in Mix
  4. StreetsBlog NYC: Fred Barnes: Americans Mainly Want to Stay in Their Cars


  1.  MinnPost: Cutting Commute Times Through Smarter Home Building
  2. Alexandria Echo Press: Make Transportation Options a National Priority 
  3. Finance & Commerce: Transportation Lobbyists Vow They'll 'Work with the Winners'
  4. StreetsBlog DC: Oberstar Says Goodbye, Mica Promises Rail and a Long-Term Bill
  5. Infrastructurist: Britain Cuts Spending While Investing in Infrastructure 
  6. BikePortland: Who is New House Transportation Committee Chair John Mica?
  7. T4A Blog: Transportation Bill a Prime Chance for Bipartisan Achievement in a Divided Government
  8. MPR: Oberstar Defeat Ends Era of Transportation Policy Influence
  9. Transport Politic: For Advocates of Alternative Transportation, A Difficult Election Day
  10. New York Times: Smart Growth Policy Splits Environmentalists



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