TN MOVING STORIES: Transpo News Links from Around the Web

Wednesday, January 22, 2014 - 07:46 AM

Dogs and people navigating the snow on West 81st Street and Central Park West (Kate Hinds/WNYC)


Everything You Need to Know for Your Tuesday Evening/Wednesday Morning Commute (link)

Citi Bike: Despite Bankruptcy, We're Fine (link)

NYC's Rockaway Ferry Service Will Continue...For Now (link)


The Northeast is digging out after a major snowstorm, followed by polar vortex, part deux. (WNYC)

The feds want to upgrade standards for child car seats. (AP)

For the first time in more than a decade, demand for oil in the United States grew faster than China’s. (Marketplace)

L.A. broke ground on its new $2 billion Crenshaw line. (LA Times)

New York legislators: they car pool like the rest of us. (WSJ)

After a raucous, three-plus hour long hearing, San Francisco's transportation agency voted to impose fees and restrictions on so-called Google buses. (SF Chronicle)

Will this new type of electric charging system encourage businesses to adopt electric fleets? (KUHF)

The federal government is reimbursing New York's MTA $886 million for sandy-related subway tunnel repairs. (NYDN)

Theory: the cell phones of pedestrians and cyclists can serve as transponders, communicating their positions to cars. (Technische Universitaet Muenchen)

Ah, New York City in the snow.


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