World traffic deaths falling in developed nations--like in Denmark, which, in 2009, posted the lowest number of traffic fatalities since 1932. (Detroit News)
Transportation leaders gather in DC to trade ideas on how to bring big projects to fruition. (WAMU)
The MTA says that eliminating discounts on tickets purchased via mail or web is not a fare hike; Connecticut Metro North riders beg to differ. (Hartford Courant)
New York Times op-ed: if Governor Christie kills the Hudson River tunnel, "the region’s economic future could be hobbled."
An etiquette authority has been called in to help Londoners adopt "Victorian-style" manners when biking/walking on the towpaths (BBC).
Looking back on the defeat of Westway, the highway that was to have been tunneled under Manhattan's Hudson River waterfront. (WNYC)
(Under the Westway II by Drew Leavy)
Zipcar in Cambridge to put decals on vehicles, remind drivers not to door bicyclists. (WBUR)
Seoul Cycle Design Competition unveils a new urban commuter bicycle -- say hello to Bike 2.0. "You will never get oily pants or fingers from the chain again." (via AltTransport)