Seattle looks at how to replace a highway: dig a tunnel - OR put in a surface boulevard with "new public transit options"? (New York Times)
The Texas legislature is considering a bill that would raise speed limits to 85 mph on some highways (Houston Chronicle).
Funding trouble for New York's MTA? Cuts in federal support look likely. Meanwhile, a state senator wants to eliminate the 50-cent surcharge on city taxis. (Crain's NY)
The New York Daily News reports on misdemeanor sex crimes on the subway -- "the No. 1 quality-of-life offense on the subway," says one former official.
As Washington DC gains whites and Latinos, some talk about the city's demographic change -- including one political strategist, who says: “The new white voters....want doggie parks and bike lanes. The result is a lot of tension." (Washington Post)
A professor from the Netherlands has designed a six-wheel electric 'super bus' with top speeds of 155 mph. Video, in Dutch, below. (Jalopnik)
Arizona public transit drivers competed in a ‘Rural Transit Roadeo’, which consisted of an obstacle course, written test and safety skill demonstration. (KNVX-TV)
The Colorado cities of Loveland and Fort Collins are looking at establishing a regional system. (The Coloradoan)
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