Kate Hinds is an Associate Producer for WNYC News. She also reports for WNYC and Transportation Nation, a public radio reporting project that combines the work of multiple newsrooms to provide coverage of how we build, rebuild and get around the nation.
TN MOVING STORIES: Cuomo to Allow Hydrofracking, American Airlines Deep in Red, and Transit Agencies Want Tweets About Hot Subway Cars
Friday, July 01, 2011 - 08:49 AM
New York Governor Cuomo announced a plan to allow -- and regulate -- the controversial natural gas drilling technique known as hydrofracking. (WNYC)
Ray LaHood is siding with Virginia's above-ground station idea for the Dulles Metrorail extension. (Washington Post)
Latinos, African-Americans and Asian-Americans buy more Toyotas than any other car brand. (NPR)
American Airlines has lost money eight out of the last ten years. (AP via St. Louis Today)
California is recycling roads to repair them. (Good)
Federal transportation officials shut down a Pennsylvania bus company involved in a fatal crash after finding the two drivers involved never took required drug tests and falsified records. (AP)
The transit agencies in Boston and Washington DC want customers to tweet them about subway cars with broken A/C. (Transit Wire)
The Port Authority of NY and NJ is studying traffic near the Port Newark/Elizabeth Marine Terminal to prepare to accommodate a 50 percent increase in shipping container traffic over the coming decade. (The Star-Ledger)
More on the opening of the Beijing-to-Shanghai high-speed rail line in the Los Angeles Times.
Brookline wants to join Boston's bike share program. (Boston Globe)