Today’s Headlines

  • Senate Might Make a Move on Infrastructure Before White House (Hill)
  • Kentucky Convinced Expanding Highway to Cincinnati Will Reduce Congestion (WCPO)
  • Florida Aggressive Driving Deaths Rise; Here’s a Litany of Sociopathic Road Rage Incidents (Miami Herald)
  • Huntsville to Install First Protected Bike Lane on Three Blocks Downtown (AL.com)
  • Construction Sites in Downtown Kansas City Violating Rules by Blocking Pedestrian Access (KCTV)
  • Elon University Says Town’s Parking Requirements Are Too High for Its Campus (Times-News)
  • Meanwhile: Mizzou Cuts Down on Parking Permits at Center of Campus, Students Revolt (Missourian)
  • Toronto to Add 70 More Bike-Share Stations This Month, Bringing Total to 270 (Star)
  • Dockless Bike-Share Systems Compete to Flood the Market in Seattle (Q13) and Dallas (D Magazine)
  • Praise for Elon Musk’s Effort to Hype the Hyperloop Into Being, Public Process Be Damned (Bloomberg)
  • johnaustingreenfield

    “Praise for Elon Musk’s Effort to Hype the Hyperloop Into Being, Public Process Be Damned.”
    “Elon University Says Town’s Parking Requirements Are Too High for Its Campus.” Geez, what transportation issue *isn’t* Musk involved with nowadays?