US cities rank low on list of world’s most active, walkable cities, analysis finds -Good Morning America

NY Gov. Hochul delays controversial NYC congestion pricing plan ‘indefinitely’ -CNN

Effective Public Warning Systems: Saving Lives And Mitigating Disaster Amid A Changing Climate -Open Access Government

White House Releases New Strategies to Advance Sustainable Ocean Management -White House (media release)


Weatherbeaten Maine Seeks More Resilient Infrastructure –Governing

Vermont becomes 1st state to enact law requiring oil companies pay for damage from climate change –AP

The High Line Effect: Transforming Abandoned Infrastructure in the United States –ArchDaily


Virginia governor says state will abandon California emissions standards by the end of the year –AP

Richmond Regional Planning District Commission seeks community input for climate action plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions -RVAHub.com

Report: Rural America produces greenhouse gasses on behalf of urban and suburban areas -Georgia Public Broadcasting



The Other Kind of Bike Infrastructure Cities Need –CityLab

Transportation Equity In Seattle: The Future Of Making And Maintaining Nondriver-Accessible Streets -Seattle Medium



Maryland DOT Highlights Pollinator, Tree Planting Efforts -AASHTO Journal

What is ‘nature-based carbon removal’ and is it any better than carbon offsets? -The Verge

Watchdog pushes EPA on Great Lakes cleanup -E&E News

Removing Snow from High Altitude Wyoming Highways -AASHTO Journal

VTrans had much to do, and then it rained. And rained again. -Vermont Business Magazine

Great Lakes Restoration Initiative Grants Documented Most Achievements, but the EPA Could Improve Monitoring and Reporting. -EPA (link to pdf)


Co-workers Remember Tracey Bramble, The ‘Bright Light’ Behind The Witty Iowa DOT Highway Message Signs -Des Moines Register

The Font On Your Highway Sign Tells The Story Of A Decades-Long Battle -KTLA-TV

New York City DOT Launches Monthly ‘Drops,’ Putting Commemorative Street Signs On Sale –Gothamist

Graffiti Can Be a Neighborhood Asset, If Cities Embrace It –CityLab

Kansas City takes steps to ensure transportation for FIFA World Cup 2026 -KCTV-TV

Tennessee DOT gets ready for 2024 Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival -Clarksville Online



Omaha city planners approve Active Mobility Plan for pedestrians, bicyclists -KETV-TV

E-Bike Incentives Prove to Be Worth the Investment -The Good Men Project

Rochester, NY to Become a Vision Zero City to Improve Roadway Safety -City of Rochester (media release)



Developing a Guide for New Mobility Options in Travel Demand Forecasting and Modeling –NCHRP

Improving Rider Safety for Mopeds and Seated Motor Scooters of 50cc or Less -Behavioral Traffic Safety Cooperative Research Program

Reforming the Coast Guard’s Certificate of Compliance Program for Liquefied Gas Carriers: Promoting Efficient Implementation and Safety Effectiveness –TRB

Battery Electric Trucks—Should I Stay or Should I Go? -TRB (webinar)



Notice To Renew the Advisory Committee on Transportation EquityOffice of the Secretary of Transportation (Notice)

Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Fuel System Integrity of Hydrogen Vehicles, Compressed Hydrogen Storage System Integrity, Incorporation by Reference -NHTSA (Proposed rule; extension of comment period)

Advisory Committee on Landslides; Call for Nominations -Geological Survey (Notice)

Cape Hatteras National Seashore; Bicycling -National Park Service -(Final rule)

Renewal of Department of Defense Federal Advisory Committees – Inland Waterways Users Board -Department of Defense (Federal advisory committee renewal)

Public Transportation on Indian Reservations Program; Tribal Transit Program; Response to Comments -FTA (Responses to the request for comments and in-person and virtual consultations)

Rights of Way -National Park Service (Proposed rule)