Today’s Headlines

  • Trump’s Infrastructure Plan Is Vaporware (WaPo, NPR) and His “Infrastructure Week” Was a PR Mess (Hill)
  • Without a Real Plan From the Feds, Cities and States Should Prepare to Go It Alone (Slate)
  • WMATA Board Backs Cost-Cutting and Funding Blueprint — Now It’s Up to DC-Area Politicians (WAMU)
  • Robust Transit Is NYC’s Competitive Advantage. What Happens When It Falls Apart? (Tri-State)
  • Des Moines Releases Downtown Vision to Eliminate One-Way Streets, Add Protected Bike Lanes (Register)
  • Smart Growth America Ranks How Nicely Your City Has Promised to Build Complete Streets (Next City)
  • Tucson Police Blame Pedestrian Victims for Getting Killed on Tucson’s Roads (AZPM)
  • Street Safety Campaign in Lexington, KY, Shames Pedestrians for Using Phones on Sidewalk (WUKY)
  • Bloomington Resident “Worried About Safety” Opposes Plan for Bike Lanes, Calmer Traffic (WJBC)
  • A Pop-Up Protected Bike Lane Appears in Lewiston, Maine (Sun Journal)