Today’s Headlines

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  • Trump Budget Is a Disaster for Cities and Transit (WaPoVox)
  • Housing Advocates Fear Big HUD Cuts (WaPo)
  • Trump Likely to Face Congressional Resistance to Scorched-Earth Budget (The Atlantic)
  • In Detroit, Trump Hypes Rollback of Fuel Economy Standards (NYTUSA Today)
  • London Mayor Sadiq Khan Proposes £770 Million for Bike Initiatives (The Guardian)
  • Tempe Police’s Jaywalking Crackdown — “A Tax on Poor People” (Phoenix New Times)
  • Maryland Punts on Helping Pedestrians Cross the Street, Prioritizes Fast Commutes Over Safety (WAMU)
  • NCDOT to Offer Free “Last Mile” Bus Trips to Train Riders (Trains)

Today’s Headlines

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  • Work Going on Behind the Scenes on Trump’s $1 Trillion Infrastructure Plan (The Hill)
  • Trump Team Wants to Use Arbitration to Speed Infrastructure Projects (Reuters)
  • If the EPA Eases Emission Standards, California’s Prepared for a Fight (SF Chronicle)
  • Seattle Will Replace Elevated Highway With Highway Tunnel + 8-Lane Surface Speedway (Seattle Times)
  • Detroit’s M1 Rail to Launch in May — Here Are the Details (NextCity)
  • Replacing Interchanges With Roundabouts Will Open Up 34 Acres in Newport, RI (Providence Journal)
  • Montana Senate Blocks Three-Foot Passing Bill (Montana Public Radio)
  • How a California Startup Makes Money Tearing Out Roads — in 2025 (The Nearly Now)

Today’s Headlines

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  • APTA Asks Trump For Its Typical Slice of the Infrastructure Pie (The Hill)
  • How the Push for Quick Infrastructure Could Affect Environmental Regs (Governing)
  • In Detroit Today, Trump Expected to Reconsider Emissions Standards (Detroit News)
  • St. Louis, Dallas Press Washington for Transit Funding (MissouriNet, Dallas News)
  • Tech Bros Feel the Uber, Lyft Void at Austin’s SXSW (Slate)
  • The Results of Bay Area’s Transit Incentive Test (CityLab)
  • Will Streetcars Come to Downtown D.C.? (WAMU)
  • Light Rail Plans Speed Up for Orange, Durham (WUNC)

Today’s Headlines

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  • The Biggest Threat to Cities’ Transit Ambitions May Come From Congress (CityLab)
  • Will TIGER Grants Be on the Chopping Block? (The Hill)
  • Boston Considers Weekend Commuter Rail Shutdowns (Boston Globe)
  • What Suburbs Will Look Like in the Future (Business Insider)
  • DC Metro’s Ridership Losses Have Pulled Down National Numbers (Washingtonian)
  • Why Does the “Industrial Parking Complex” Keep Winning? (Boston Globe)
  • The “Wild West” Era Is Over for Driverless Cars (Eno Transportation)
  • In Austin, Private Bike-Share Makes Complicated Debut (CityLab)
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