Today’s Headlines

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  • So Much for Infrastructure Week 2.0 (Huffington Post)
  • Florida Can’t Afford Access to Trump Infrastructure Funds (Miami Herald)
  • Dallas Needs More Bike Lanes to Make Bike-Share Work (Morning News)
  • Baltimore Bike Lanes Delayed Again Over Fire Truck Access Concerns (Sun)
  • Tax on Uber/Lyft Trips Would Fund Atlanta Mass Transit (WXIA)
  • Seattle Group Launches Kickstarter to Bring Back Historic Trolleys (Next City)
  • No Funding for Minneapolis Transit in Trump Budget (Star Tribune)
  • Waymo-Uber Trial Made One Tech Writer Stop Trusting Self-Driving Cars (The Verge)
  • How to Turn a Stroad Into a Street or a Road (Strong Towns)
  • Cities Have Turned These 11 Underpasses Into Parks (Curbed)

Today’s Headlines

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  • Trump Actually Plans to Cut $40 Billion From Infrastructure Spending (The Nation)
  • Trump’s Infrastructure Plan Leaves Small Cities Behind (Wired)
  • Budget Eliminates Funding for Seattle, Spokane Transit Projects (Olympian)
  • Leaked Plans Show 12-Mile Austin Light Rail System (KUT/Austin Monitor)
  • Georgia Bill Would Create and Fund Regional Atlanta Transit System (AJC, WABE)
  • Next Step Could Be Transit Vote in Suburban Gwinnett (AJC)
  • Cincinnati Streetcar Stations Will Undergo Rolling Closures for Repairs (Fox 19)
  • Transit Fight Tests Relationships in Metro Detroit (News)
  • Former Uber/Lyft Exec Starts Dockless Electric Scooter Company (Tech Crunch)
  • Get Rid of Sidewalks, and Let Pedestrians Reclaim the Streets (Curbed)

Today’s Headlines

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  • Blue States and Transit Get the Shaft Under Trump Infrastructure Plan (Politico)
  • Failure to Raise Gas Tax Makes Trump Infrastructure Plan a “Joke” (Daily Beast)
  • Texans Dislike Plan (American-Statesman), Except for Fort Worth Mayor (Dallas News)
  • Trump Promises to Approve Miami Rail Permits “So Fast Your Head Will Spin” (Herald)
  • Trump Budget Trims D.C. Metro Subsidy by $30 Million (WaPo)
  • Detroit Streetcar Delayed After Driver Parks Too Close to Tracks (Free Press)
  • Birmingham Plan Includes 800 Miles of Bike/Ped Paths and Trails (WBRC)
  • Oklahoma City’s First Streetcar Arrives (Oklahoman, KFOR)
  • Wired Lays Out the Case for Taxing Vehicles by the Mile

Today’s Headlines

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  • Trump’s Infrastructure Plan Lacks Any Real Funding (CBS, WaPo)
  • It Also Lacks Votes (NYT)
  • Baltimore Metro to Unexpectedly Close for a Month for Emergency Repairs (Sun)
  • Engineers Push Back Against Criticism of Tampa-St. Pete BRT Plan (TB Times)
  • Negotiations Stall Over Minneapolis’s Use of Freight Line for Passenger Rail (KSTP)
  • Grand Rapids Wins Federal Funding for BRT Line to Grand Valley State (MLive)
  • Albuquerque Mayor Ignored Warning Signs About BRT Problems (ABQ Journal)
  • Deseret News Delves Into What It Takes to Maintain Utah Transit
  • Eight of Louisiana’s Busiest Bridges Are Structurally Deficient (Shreveport Times)
  • Uber’s Flying Cars Are Really Just Fancy Helicopters (Tech Crunch)

Today’s Headlines

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  • Center for American Progress: Trump’s Infrastructure Plan Is a Scam
  • Even Trump Doubts His Own Infrastructure Plan (CNBC, NBC News)
  • D.C. Metro Expects Ridership to Decline This Year (WTOP)
  • Uber and Waymo Settle Self-Driving Car Lawsuit (NPR, The Verge, CNBC)
  • Free CATS Fare for UNC-Charlotte Students But Not Nearby HBCU (Observer)
  • Campaign for Nashville Transit Plan Kicks Off (Tennessean)
  • Dallas Gets Serious About Making Bike-Share Companies Clean Up (News)
  • LimeBike Gets Some Good Press By Cleaning Up Dallas Lake (NBC DFW)
  • MARTA Considers Making the Low-Ridership Atlanta Streetcar Free Again (AJC)
  • Bike Lanes Coming to Dayton (Daily News), Titusville (Herald), and Tucson (KVOA)
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