Vandalized: The Beacon Hill light rail station was vandalized two weeks ago.
Delayed: Decongestion pricing in New York City could be delayed due to the federal approval needed to do it.
DC rail: Lawmakers want to explore extension of Washington, D.C.’s Metro Blue Line further into Virginia ($). Locals also want later night service on the system.
Climate arson tyranny: Republicans, which are a minority in Oregon, have ducked out on more climate change votes to kill progressive legislation on the topic ($).
Safer: New York City’s busway is not only reducing congestion, speeding up buses, and increasing ridership, it is also saving lives.
Do Washington, too: Sightline highlights five reasons why Oregon should abolish the state’s senate.
Economic inequity: Research suggests that boosting homeownership and businesses alone won’t undue wealth gaps between races.
Tech evictions: Landlords have moved to new technology in assisting in evictions.
In for bikes: Vancouver, Washington is moving ahead with new protected bike lanes and removal of street parking to do it.
Smaller workforce: Expedia plans to trim its workforce by 3,000 ($) with many of the job cuts happening locally.
National HSR: A California congress member is proposing a national high-speed rail funding bill.
Tax Boeing: Crosscut highlights five things that revenue could from Boeing taxes could pay for.
Consolidate: Bus stop consolidation in Pittsburgh seems to be improving service speed and reliability.
Rejected: A multifamily housing project was rejected in Los Angeles, but the proponents are moving to sue over the rejection.
Texas-sized project: Texas is moving forward with a $7.5 billion highway expansion boondoggle project in Austin.
Longer commutes: People living in public housing in America have much longer commutes to work that other people.
Opening soon: What other businesses are headed for the Capitol Hill Station development site opening soon?
Car tab mess: With $30 car tabs in limbo, how will the state fix its transportation budget funding and priorities?
Big polluters: A new report ranks the top 100 most polluting facilities that represent more than a third of emissions in America.
Remote work incentives: What happened when Tulsa paid people to work remotely?
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