Japanese automakers release March numbers -- the first hard numbers since the earthquake and tsunami. (The Takeaway)
Denver is pairing transit and development. (Denver Post)
A NYT op-ed piece compares the president's current plan for high-speed rail to the building of the transcontinental railroads in the 1800s; the writer says that both sacrificed public good for private gain. (NYT)
Not all of NYC's bicyclists are happy with the new bike lanes. (Wall Street Journal)
The St. Louis airport is operating at 85% after tornado damage.
A contender for New York's "Taxi of Tomorrow" says that if it wins the contract, it will build its vehicles in Brooklyn. (NY1)
After years of planning, Birmingham (MI) pulls out of a transit plan with neighboring Troy. (Detroit Free Press)
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