Today’s Headlines

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  • Meet Seven People Shaping Trump’s Infrastructure Plan (The Hill)
  • Citing Trump Budget and Cost of Studies, Lansing Transit Authority to Cancel BRT Plan (State Journal)
  • Last Week’s Brutality Just Scratches the Surface of Sacramento’s Jaywalking Enforcement Problems (Sac Bee)
  • Downtown LA Developer Plans Parking Garage That Can Easily Be Converted Into Something Useful (LAT)
  • TechCrunch Looks at the Promise and Pitfalls of Dockless Bike-Share’s Venture Capital-Funded Boom
  • Louisville Bike-Share to Launch With 30 Stations, 300 Bicycles Next Month (Courier-Journal)
  • Colorado DOT Plan to Widen I-70 Through North Denver Gets FHWA Support (Denver Post)
  • Downtown Vancouver’s Last Gas Station Has Closed, Ready for Development (CBC)
  • Oregon Legislature Advances Bill to Allow 20 MPH Residential Speed Limit in Portland (BikePortland)
  • Oxnard, CA, Tests Out Protected Bike Lanes During Earth Day Celebration (Ventura County Star)

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  • Rahm Emanuel Tells Team Trump How to Sell Its Infrastructure Plan (Chicago Tribune)
  • Trump Meets Atlanta Freeway Arson First Responders, Stumps for Road Spending (AJC)
  • Insurance Institute for Highway Safety Takes Aim at the Scourge of Drunk Pedestrians (WaPo)
  • Instead of Blaming Pedestrians for Fatality Uptick, CNNMoney Examines Dangerous Road Design
  • …But Eastern Washington Reporters and Cops Haven’t Gotten the Message (KNDO)
  • NACTO: “Rogue” Bike-Share Companies Aren’t Good for Cities (Next City)
  • Capital Bikeshare Will Expand to Prince George’s County, MD, Next Year (WaPo)
  • Times-Picayune Talks With Cycling Advocates to Mark New Orleans Bike to Work Day
  • Tulsa Just Opened Its First Parking-Protected Bike Lanes (News on 6)
  • CityLab Spotlights New Streetfilm on Oslo’s Move to a Car-Free Central City

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  • Boston Using MIT Data to Overhaul Its Bus System (CityLab)
  • Still No Carmaggedon in Atlanta Now That Spring Break Is Over (AJC)
  • Carmakers Back to Supplying Americans With Big, Gas-Guzzling SUVs (NYT)
  • Tesla Will Pay Employees to Bike to Work After Slew of Embarrassing Parking Problems (CBS SF)
  • AT&T Insists on Road Diet to Keep Headquarters in Downtown Dallas (Dallas News)
  • Las Vegas Hotels Hiking Parking Prices (LA Times)
  • “Lost Cemeteries” Could be an Obstacle for London’s $560 Million Bus Rapid Transit Plan (Global News)
  • Lawmakers in North Dakota Reject Bill Lifting State’s Ban on Parking Meters (Inforum)
  • U.S. Transit Agencies Rarely Use Firms Run By Women or Minorities (WaPo)

Today’s Headlines

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  • Can Neighbors Stop Colorado From Expanding a Hated Denver Highway? (Governing)
  • Denver’s Airport Train One Year In: Some Glitches But Strong Ridership, says RTD (Denver Post)
  • The Man With All the Answers, Elon Musk, Can’t Figure Out His Employee Parking Lot (Wall Street Journal)
  • Support for Tolling Rises in Massachusetts (Planetizen)
  • Slate Reviews Richard Florida’s New Book
  • Consultants Predict That Driverless Cars Will Account for a Quarter of Traffic By 2030 (Bloomberg)
  • Find Out How Much Your City Will Lose Under Proposed HUD Cuts (National Low Income Housing Coalition)
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