User: flenvcenter Topic: Transportation-National
Category: Multi-Modal Transportation :: Pedestrians
Last updated: May 05 2016 24:19 IST RSS 2.0
 
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VDOT completes last piece of Mark Center plan 4.5.2016 Washington Post
VDOT completes last piece of Mark Center plan
Man hijacks bus, then fatally strikes pedestrian in Washington, D.C. 4.5.2016 LA Times: Commentary

 A man attacked a city bus driver, stole the bus, then jumped a curb and struck and killed a pedestrian in Washington on Tuesday, police said. The man was captured and taken to a hospital.

The man, armed with a weapon, stood by the driver for a time and then attacked him, Police Chief Cathy Lanier...

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As deadline passes, fences and other structures remain in path of Purple Line 4.5.2016 Washington Post
As deadline passes, fences and other structures remain in path of Purple Line
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Hijacked Metrobus fatally strikes pedestrian in Northeast D.C. 3.5.2016 Washington Post
Police said a man was taken into custody at a gas station when the bus was stopped.
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It's a mess along O.C.'s part of PCH, traffic study says 2.5.2016 LA Times: Commentary

Traffic congestion and safety conflicts among vehicles, bicyclists and pedestrians continue to plague traveling conditions along Orange County's portion of Pacific Coast Highway, according to a newly published transportation study.

The nearly $400,000 report, released last month and conducted by...

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Part of Metropolitan Branch Trail closed after a freight train derailment 2.5.2016 Washington Post
Part of Metropolitan Branch Trail closed after a freight train derailment
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Bicyclists getting one sweet ride across Schuylkill 2.5.2016 Philly.com News
When the dangerously deteriorated Betzwood Bridge was demolished in 1995, the only overwater bike path between the Schuylkill River Trail and Valley Forge National Historical Park disappeared with it. To placate irate cyclists, PennDot bolted a fenced boardwalk four feet wide to the eastbound shoulder of the neighboring Route 422 bridge.
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Winter weather returns to mountains, passes 30.4.2016 Durango Herald
Winter weather and slick roads returned to parts of Colorado on Friday, including the San Juan Mountains.The chain law for westbound U.S. Highway 160 on Wolf Creek Pass was lifted shortly after 1 p.m. Friday. It also has been lifted on U.S. Highway 50 on Monarch Pass. But wintry driving conditions – snow, slush and icy...
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Garbage truck hits Alaskan Way Viaduct 30.4.2016 Seattle Times: Top stories

A garbage truck hit the Alaskan Way Viaduct around noon Friday, causing police to block off a few blocks to both cars and pedestrians in Belltown.
High prices in the District are pushing more home buyers past the city limits 28.4.2016 Washington Post
High prices in the District are pushing more home buyers past the city limits
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Cities are going to have to adapt to an aging population, not vice versa 27.4.2016 TreeHugger
Why was a 70 year old woman with a walker in the middle of this?
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Why city put traffic lights on ground 27.4.2016 CNN: Top Stories
Worried about people glued to their phones while they walk down the street?
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11 of the world's most incredible bridges 27.4.2016 CNN: Top Stories
Today, architects, artists, designers are collaborating with city councils to create new bridges as ambitious as the buildings that surround them.
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Kirkland, Renton leaders want more from Sound Transit 3 package 27.4.2016 Seattle Times: Top stories

Kirkland leaders are questioning whether their residents will get enough value from the Sound Transit 3 plan compared to the amount of taxes they will be paying. Renton leaders are raising some of the same concerns.
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Metro moves make no sense to Orange Line rider 24.4.2016 Washington Post
Metro moves make no sense to Orange Line rider
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Cameron Station is a former Army facility turned planned community in Alexandria 22.4.2016 Washington Post
Cameron Station is a former Army facility turned planned community in Alexandria
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City seeks federal grant to get Lander overpass moving 21.4.2016 Seattle Times: Local

The South Lander Street overpass project has been talked about for years, as safety concerns have increased.
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Santa Monica, awaiting the Expo Line's launch, re-imagines itself as a model of mobility 20.4.2016 LA Times: Commentary

Each day, about 80,000 people travel to Santa Monica for work. At the same time, about 45,000 Santa Monica residents head to jobs outside the city.

Most drive solo, often on jammed freeways.

Even the biggest public-transportation boosters acknowledge that next month's arrival of the Expo Line —...

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The Untold Story of Magic Leap, the World’s Most Secretive Startup 19.4.2016 Wired Top Stories
The Untold Story of Magic Leap, the World’s Most Secretive Startup
Virtual reality is posed to become a fundamental technology, and outfits like Magic Leap have an opportunity to become some of the largest companies ever. The post The Untold Story of Magic Leap, the World's Most Secretive Startup appeared first on WIRED.
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Want a Bike-Friendly City? Get Ready to Fail Until It Works 15.4.2016 Wired Top Stories
Want a Bike-Friendly City? Get Ready to Fail Until It Works
How to do the unthinkable: fast-track an infrastructure project in your city. The post Want a Bike-Friendly City? Get Ready to Fail Until It Works appeared first on WIRED.
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