Today is Bike to Work Day.
Atlanta's suburbs may finally be ready to embrace mass transit. (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
China halted work on a high-speed rail line due to environmental concerns. (Wall Street Journal)
The Guardian has an enormous amount of data about Britain's train stations. (The Guardian)
GM will increase Volt production, and plans to close a plant for a month to prepare. (AutoBlog)
Toronto's mayor is set to unveil his bike lane plan. (The Star)
New York City approved an increase in fines for cab drivers who break a wide range of rules — from being caught using a cell phone while driving to refusing to accept a credit card. (WNYC)
Food trucks -- so popular on the coasts -- are hitting legal roadblocks in the Midwest. (Changing Gears)
The DDOT won't be available to fill potholes after Saturday's 'Rapture.' (Fox News)
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In case you missed it on Transportation Nation:
-- The Yankees paved paradise and put up a parking lot -- with public money (link)
-- it's not gas prices you have to worry about in Montana, it's snow...even in May (link)
-- NYC's dollar van program, meant to replace cut bus lines, is a total bust (link)
-- SF wants to make its taxis more efficient (link)
-- public transportation: it's good for you (link)