Today’s Headlines

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  • Nashville Scene Profiles the Groups For and Against the Transit Referendum
  • The Tools Planners Use to Exclude People From Public Spaces (Urban Omnibus)
  • Everything You Need to Know About Portland’s Southwest Corridor Plan (Metro)
  • Fierce Opposition to Safer Streets Remains in Philadelphia (Plan Philly)
  • Electric Scooter Clutter Is the New Bike Clutter (WaPo)
  • E-Scooter Companies Won’t Play Nice With City Governments (Bloomberg)
  • Boston Drivers Haven’t Gotten Used to New Protected Bike Lane (WBZ)
  • Cincy ‘Burb Moves Forward With Next Phase of Bike/Sidewalk Plan (Enquirer)
  • Pittsburgh Applies Again for Federal Funds for BRT (WESA)
  • Tallahassee Woman Sues FDOT Over Bike Lane Pothole (WTXL)

Today’s Headlines

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  • Milwaukee Bus Cuts Could Cost People Their Jobs (WUWM)
  • Donald Shoup Releases Follow-Up to ‘High Cost of Free Parking’ (UCLA)
  • Pedestrians Are Not Responsible for Drivers Breaking the Law (Mobility Lab)
  • Nashville Public Radio Breaks Down Funding for Transit Expansion
  • Memphis Trolleys Will Roll Out Again Next Week (Business Journal)
  • Lexington (Herald Leader) and South Bend (WSBT) Test Traffic-Calming Measures
  • Buffalo’s New Train Station Lacks Connectivity (Buffalo Rising)
  • Savannah Plays Catchup on Bike Safety Measures Like Green Lanes (WJCL)
  • Five Options Unveiled for West Seattle Light Rail (West Seattle Blog)
  • Tips for Tourists on How to Get Around Portland Without a Car (Oregonian)

Today’s Headlines

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  • Low-Income Millennials Who Can’t Move to Cities Are Forced to Drive More (SSTI)
  • Portland Arterial Roads Still Deadly for Cyclists and Pedestrians (Mercury)
  • San Antonio Looks to Fill 1,900-Mile Sidewalk Backlog (Rivard Report)
  • Houston Will Spend $10M on 50 Miles of Protected Bike Lanes (Houston Chronicle)
  • 74,000 People Attend “Atlanta Streets Alive” to Reinvent DeKalb Ave (Curbed)
  • St. Louis Dockless Bike-Shares Debut on Chilly Morning (Post-Dispatch)
  • Elon Musk Has Raised $113 Million for His Hyperloop Scam (CNBC)
  • NoVa Cyclists Use Empty Parking Decks to Race After Hours (CityLab)
  • How to Spot a Fake Uber Driver (Today)

Today’s Headlines

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  • What Happens If the Nashville Transit Referendum Fails? (WPLN)
  • Atlanta Transit Advocates Say There Are Better Uses for Funds Than Midtown BRT (WABE)
  • San Antonio Express-News Endorses ConnectSA Transit Plan
  • Massachusetts Transit Systems Ask for More State Aid (Boston Globe)
  • D.C. Metro Develops New Track Test That Could Prevent Derailments (WTOP)
  • Uber Adds Background Checks and Panic Button After Years of Resistance (LA Times)
  • Ford Says It Will Ramp Up Autonomous Car Production by 2021 (Engadget)
  • Greenville, SC’s $300M Transpo Plan Is Mostly Roads (News)
  • Hampton Roads Eliminates Two Proposed Light-Rail Routes (Virginian-Pilot)
  • Riders Have All Kinds of Crazy Stories About Seattle’s Most Crowded Bus (KUOW)

Today’s Headlines

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  • As Seattle Builds More Transit, Demand for Transit Increases (USA Today)
  • Asheville Council Wants to Raise Parking Fees to Fund Transit (Citizen-Times)
  • Gwinnett Reverses Course, Includes Heavy Rail in Transit Plan (AJC)
  • Judge Rules That Federal Labor Protections Don’t Apply to Uber Drivers (CNBC)
  • Car Dealerships Will Vanish in 20 Years, Auto Exec Predicts (Automotive News)
  • Streetcars Are More About Development Than Moving People (Forbes)
  • Despite Glitches, Cincinnati Streetcar Hits One Millionth Rider (City Beat)
  • Kansas City Plans Road Diets, 10-Mile Bike Path Construction (WDAF)
  • Detroit Will Finish Jefferson Avenue Bike Lanes This Spring (Curbed)
  • Big Dockless Bike-Share Expansion Headed to Boston Suburbs (Globe)
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