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    • Obama Gets Reagan Wrong on Infrastructure (Examiner)
    • Loving Your Cell Phone Could Be Fatal (Atlantic)
    • Young People Tell Transportation Nation Why They're Driving Less
    • CA Utilities That Caused 2001 Brownout Crisis Could Buy the State EV Stations (LAT)
    • Good News For Rail? 2011 Was the Most Expensive Year to Fly Ever (Transportation Nation)
    • Too Many Constituencies Make Metropolitan Planning Orgs Ineffective (Atlantic Cities)
    • Mythbusting the Suburbs: Yes, There Are Poor People. No, Not Everybody Drives (Arch Daily)
    • How Did Cars Get the Monopoly On Sexiness? Transit Can Be Fun, Joyous, and -- Yes -- Sexy (Grist)
    • Whittier Daily News Editorial: Make Bike Lanes More Like Freeways
    • Bike-Share Users Don't Wear Helmets (Boston.com)
    • AAA in Oregon and Idaho Now Includes Roadside Bike Maintenance in Basic Package (KTVZ)

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Wednesday’s Headlines

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Opinion: Is Kamala Harris ‘The Climate President We’ve Been Waiting For’?

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America is Setting Micromobility Records — But That Boom Could Go Bust Without Public Funding

Shared bike and scooter trips soared 20 percent in a single year. So why are so many U.S. systems shutting down — and what will it take to keep the revolution rolling?

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Tuesday’s Headlines Are Running Hard

More political news: Today's top stories delve into Kamala Harris' record on climate change and Republicans' plans for the Trump administration if he returns to power.

July 23, 2024

Disabled NYer’s are Victims of Gov. Hochul’s Congestion Pricing Pause

So many New Yorkers can’t use the closest subway station to their homes because they don't have an elevator. And Gov. Hochul just halted funding for 23 new lifts.

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