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Today’s Headlines

8:56 AM EDT on April 1, 2015

    • Obama's Six-Year Transportation Plan Would Allow Tolling of Existing Highways (The Hill)
    • Bloomberg Reports on Seattle's Ongoing Tunnel-Boring Troubles
    • Pedestrian Injuries Falling in New Jersey (NJ.com)
    • Seattle Times: Mayor Ed Murray Is "The Real Bike Mayor"
    • How to Respond to a "Pedestrian Safety" Campaign That Blames Victims (Vox)
    • Do High Construction Costs Explain Resistance to Funding U.S. Transportation? (Urban Institute)
    • How Houston Metro Has Been Evolving to Meet the Growing City's Needs (Houstonia)
    • Speed Limits for Pedestrians Proposed on Wet Pavement in the U.K. (ETA)

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