Today’s Headlines

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  • More From the NTSB Investigation of Fatal Uber Self-Driving Car Crash (NPRPBS)
  • Wired Doesn’t Think California Should Regulate Self-Driving Vehicles
  • Before Cars, Streets Were Designed for Everyone and Everything (ATL Urbanist)
  • Tampa Was Slow to Fix Street Where Driver Killed Mom and Child in Crosswalk (Times)
  • Minnesota Transit Falls Behind Peers (Star Tribune)
  • Buffalo, Other Upstate NY Cities Pass Vision Zero Policies (WGRZ)
  • Harrisburg, PA, Residents Want Drivers to Slow Down (ABC 27)
  • Metro Profiles Philadelphia Woman Fighting for Safer Streets
  • Little Rock Streetcar Will Be Free Over Memorial Day Weekend (Democrat-Gazette)
  • Dockless Scooter Hunting: Side Hustle or Scam? (CityLab)

Today’s Headlines

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  • Poll: Americans Want Feds to Spend More on Infrastructure (The Hill, USA Today)
  • Transport Review: Autonomous Vehicles Will Increase Sprawl and Car Dependence
  • How Cities Are Regulating Dockless Bike-Share and Scooter Fleets (Vice)
  • Michigan GOP Wants to Kneecap Detroit Regional Transit Proposal (WDET)
  • West Palm Beach Approves Less Car-Centric Transpo Plan (Palm Beach Post)
  • Bike Walk Memphis Wants Pedestrian-Friendly Pilot Project Left in Place (Flyer)
  • Milwaukee Streetcar Extension Plan Moves Forward (Urban Milwaukee)
  • Shreveport Kicks Off New Phase of 359-Mile Bike Network Plan (KTBS)
  • Cincinnati Council Member Proposes Making Streetcar Fare-Free (Enquirer)
  • Bend, Oregon, Bike Lanes Filled With Rocks, Glass and Trash (Bulletin)

Today’s Headlines

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  • Seattle Could Add More Bike Lanes If It Didn’t Rebuild Whole Streets for Each Project (Seattle Times)
  • Detroit Isn’t Maintaining Its 260 Miles of New Bike Lanes (Project D)
  • Construction Starts on Center City Protected Bike Lane in Philly (Philly Mag)
  • Atlanta Shifting Away From “All Cars, All the Time” (Curbed)
  • Latest Inspection Finds More DC Metro Safety Problems (WTOP)
  • Phoenix Council Approves Light Rail Extension to Metrocenter Mall (KJZZ)
  • Honolulu Removes Crosswalks That Aren’t at Traffic Lights (Civil Beat)
  • Oklahoma City Starts Six Months of Streetcar Testing This Week (Oklahoman)
  • Richmond Drivers Aren’t Used to the Floating Parking for a Protected Bike Lane Yet (Times-Dispatch)
  • Memphis Bike-Share Launches This Morning (WREG)

Today’s Headlines

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  • Roads Designed for Cars Are a Public Health Crisis (Governing)
  • On Car-Centric Streets, Pedestrians Get Blamed for Their Own Deaths (Austin Monitor)
  • Maryland Dems Promise to Outdo Hogan on Transit (WaPo)
  • Here’s Where San Antonio Drivers Kill the Most Pedestrians (Rivard Report)
  • Streetcar Proposed on Abandoned Winston-Salem Rail Line (Spectrum News)
  • Bike Score Names Minneapolis America’s Most Bike-Friendly City (Next City)
  • Eugene Opens Bike Path Under New Freeway Interchange (Register Guard)
  • Connecticut Transit Tries Honor System for Collecting Fares (CT Post)
  • GOP Thinks California Gas-Tax Repeal Could Save House Majority (Fox News)
  • Arlington — America’s Fittest City — Gets a Shoutout on SNL (Mobility Lab)

Today’s Headlines

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  • U.S. Transit Systems Have a Combined $90 Billion Repair Backlog (Curbed)
  • Non-Motorized Transportation Catches On in Motor City (Detroit Free Press)
  • Mourners Say Philadelphia’s Done Nothing to Protect Cyclists (WHYY)
  • DC Residents Create Protected Bike Lane With Their Bodies (WAMU)
  • Routing Light Rail Through Atlanta Streetcar Will Choke System (Atlanta Mag)
  • Housing Austin’s Homeless Could Reduce Pedestrian Deaths (KUT)
  • Albuquerque Activists Urge City to Adopt Vision Zero (Journal)
  • Richmond Opens Two-Way Protected Bike Lane (WWBT)
  • Cincinnati Theater Troupe Will Stage Plays on Streetcar (Enquirer)

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  • Metro DC Biz Leaders Want Toll Hikes and More Transit Funding (WTOP)
  • Brightline Could Transform Transit in Car-Happy South Florida (Fast Company)
  • Minnesota Governor: GOP Has Declared War on Transit (Minneapolis Post)
  • Pittsburgh Considers More Bike Lanes, Lower Speed Limits (WXPI)
  • St. Petersburg Bike-Share Users Rode 90,000 Miles Last Year (Tampa Bay Times)
  • Pedestrian Deaths Are Up in Seattle (Crosscut), Down in San Antonio (News4SA)
  • Boston Declares War on Cambridge Dockless Bike-Share (Globe)
  • Failed Baton Rouge Tram Plan Returns as Bus Rapid Transit (The Advocate)
  • Toledo Doubles Sidewalk Repair Budget (WTOL)
  • Estonia Becomes the First Country With Free Transit Nationwide (Pop Up City)
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