Today’s Headlines

|
  • State Budget Cuts Mean Schools Need to Find More Transpo Funding (Post-Dispatch)
  • Backers of Tax Hike for Roads Not Confident With New Republican Majority in House (Transport Topics)
  • Check Out the Results From Trailnet’s 2016 Bike/Ped Count
  • More Traffic at Higher Speeds Has Residents On Ely Street Concerned (Hannibal Courier-Post)
  • Program Coordinator Position Open at PedNet
  • Private Finance Won’t Begin to Cover Transpo Needs (KC Star)

More headlines at Streetsblog USA

Today’s Headlines

|
  • One Week in, New Gov Cuts $8.6 Million in Transpo Funds (STL Business Journal)
  • Missouri Is 19th Deadliest State for Pedestrians (Ozarks First)
  • St. Louis County’s Lazy Reaction to Blocking the Sidewalk During Construction (Post-Dispatch)
  • Metro Rolling Out New Buses this Spring (NextStop)
  • St. Louis Ranks High in Affordable Cities to Live in (CNBC)
  • “Pocket Neighborhood” Proposed in Springfield (Springfield News-Leader)
  • Be Alarmed About This Proposed Bill in North Dakota (Digital Journal)

More headlines at Streetsblog USA

Today’s Headlines

|
  • Delays on Metro Possible With Winter Weather This Weekend (NextStop)
  • Motorist Strikes Juanita Raffel, Flees Scene in Miller County (KMZU)
  • Learn About Vision Zero Feb. 8 and How PedNet Implemented It in Columbia
  • U.S. DOT Will Change How Transportation Agencies Measure Success (Streetsblog USA)
  • Join T4America on Jan. 27 to Find Out How States Can Make Transpo Economically Viable
  • Study: Where Transit Stops are Matters (Planetizen)

More headlines at Streetsblog USA

Load more stories